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A new outreach program by CU-Boulder's Intermountain Neuroimaging Consortium teaches elementary school kids about the wonders of their brains.
The summer course lineup is dominated by core classes that help students fill major requirements, in addition to unique offerings like "Lives of 007."
Army ROTC graduating seniors Elizabeth Dare and Nicholas Hollingsworth will report to Fort Sill in Oklahoma for field artillery and to Fort Benning in Georgia in the armor division, respectively.
After graduating this spring, Savannah Sellers will head to NBC Universal in New York, where she's had a job waiting for her since last fall.
When 16-year-old Natasha Goss graduates from CU-Boulder with honors this spring, she'll be headed to Harvard to begin a doctoral program in atmospheric chemistry.
A new digital camera built with the help of a CU-Boulder engineer and designed to mimic the eyes of praying mantises, ants and other insects can take exceptionally wide-angle photos without distorting the image.
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