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Babies with Hearing Loss Need Early Intervention, But Only Half Get It

July 17, 2017

ICS Research Professor Christine Yoshinaga-Itano publishes new study in the journal of Pediatrics on hearing interventions in infants.Read more »

ICS Research Covered in New CU Research Podcast

July 12, 2017

The audio format explores ICS research on heartbreak, hand-holding, and eye-expressions.Read more »
Example of posters designed by students who participated in the antibiotics unit.

CU Boulder Researchers Win Recognition in Effort to Prepare the Next Generation of Scientists

June 28, 2017

A partnership at CU is creating a new way of teaching science concepts that prepares young scientists to tackle the problems of our 21st century world.Read more »
Holding hands.

A Lover's Touch Eases Pain as Heartbeats, Breathing Sync

June 26, 2017

ICS's Dr. Pavel Goldstein recently published work on “interpersonal synchronization,” the phenomenon in which individuals begin to physiologically mirror the people they’re with.Read more »
Teenager skateboarding. Illustration by Dan Page.

Mysteries of the Teenage Brain

June 14, 2017

Dr. Marie Banich talks about her life's work, and how teenagers and young adults think and act differently from grownups.Read more »
Humsini Acharya, a mechanical engineering and neuroscience junior, far left, watches Virginia Steach, a Burlington High School junior, toss a bean bag toward a target while wearing prism goggles that skew her vision. The exercise was part of a tour of the neuroscience lab at the Center for Innovation and Creativity on the CU Boulder campus.(Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Rural Colorado Students Learn About the Brain at INC

June 12, 2017

The Intermountain Neuroimaging Consortium hosted students from the BOCES Gifted and Talented summer program to learn about the brain.Read more »
Dan Lee Facial Expressions

Stink-Eye, Other Expressions Likely Originated as Survival Mechanisms

June 9, 2017

ICS Post-Doc Daniel Lee's recent papers confirms that eyes truly are the window to the soul, with eye-widening or squinting used as clues to decode someone's emotional state.Read more »
Martha Palmer

ICS Fellow Martha Palmer Made Professor of Distinction

June 8, 2017

ICS Fellow Dr. Martha Palmer was named as a Professor of Distinction by the College of Arts and Sciences.Read more »
Yuko Munakata

ICS Fellow Dr. Yuko Munakata Wins Faculty Award

May 23, 2017

Dr. Munakata won this year's Psychology and Neuroscience Faculty Award for Research.Read more »
Sleeping baby

What a Baby Hears While Asleep Matters More than Previously Thought

May 15, 2017

New study from ICS's Dr. Phillip Gilley on how babies develop language - even when they are sleeping.Read more »