Features

brain

Mysteries of the Teenage Brain

June 8, 2017

Teenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups. CU Boulder scientist Marie Banich is helping us see why.Read more »
Lee

Enter the Biography

June 8, 2017

In Bruce Lee, CU's Daryl Maeda sees a symbol of the modern world — and the subject of his next book.Read more »
primate

Primate extinction looms, but hope remains, scientist says

May 1, 2017

The first question in conservation is whether to focus on conserving species or habitat. Anthropologist Joanna Lambert has proposed conservation tactics that focus on particular primate species.Read more »
composite

This is not your junior-high geography

April 27, 2017

Encompassing South American wildfires, Arctic sea-ice retreat, post-Soviet politics, climate change in Tibet and GIS, CU Boulder geographers keep their fingers on the pulse of a changing world.Read more »
Turbines

Wind power you can bank on

Feb. 28, 2017

Incorporating wind energy into today’s electrical grid raises a host of questions about wind forecasting, wind-turbine siting, wind-turbine design in hurricane zones; CU Boulder lab is investigating these and other questions.Read more »
sitting

If ‘sitting is the new smoking,’ can desk workers snuff out risk?

Feb. 28, 2017

CU Boulder research team has found marked health benefits from electric-assist commuter bikes and ‘passive-cycling’; now, the team is studying an under-the-desk cycle that shows similar promise.Read more »
sex ed

Let’s (not) talk about sex

Feb. 28, 2017

CU sociologist’s book examines society’s mixed messages to teens about sex In the small, rural Ohio town where Stefanie Mollborn grew up, the prevailing message to teenagers about sex was straightforward: Don’t do it, because it’s morally wrong. In wealthier, liberal places like Boulder, the message tends to be different:... Read more »
Newspaper

Scholars eye freedom in reverse

Feb. 28, 2017

With help from five graduate students, two CU Boulder professors will conduct a careful study of what happens to citizen engagement when previously liberal democratic nations become more repressive.Read more »
Brylowe

CU scholar brings innovative hands-on teaching approach to English

Feb. 28, 2017

Thora Brylowe told her students they’d complete three separate, significant projects during the semester, each in collaborative fashion. The results would be experienced by the public in three distinct media formats: books, pictures and the internet.Read more »
Cardio health

Diet-mimicking pill could reverse cardiovascular aging

Dec. 7, 2016

CU Boulder researchers have successfully reversed vascular dysfunction in aging mice with a dietary supplement. The findings have implications for preventing cardiovascular dysfunction and disease during aging in humans.Read more »

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