One of the top CEOs in the Republic of Indonesia has pledged nearly $6 million in a philanthropic investment to support the Leeds School of Business’s efforts in entrepreneurship at CU Boulder.
Amazon Web Services. Google. IBM. Microsoft. These are just a few of the major tech movers and shakers partnering with researchers and Big Data providers to invest in cloud computing.
Thanks to a new ultrasound technology developed by CU researchers and used by CU Boulder football, track and field, and basketball players, athletes can now painlessly measure their muscle glycogen levels in real-time in 15 seconds.
A team led by CU Boulder has found the mechanism behind the sudden onset of a “natural thermostat” in Earth’s upper atmosphere that dramatically cools the air after it has been heated by violent solar activity.
This past summer, Silicon Flatirons launched the Governmental Entrepreneurial Leadership Accelerator (GELA) with City of Denver—the first accelerator of its kind, focused on encouraging entrepreneurial thinking and problem-solving in governments.
Innovation is part of our DNA. It makes CU Boulder a special place to live, work, create and collaborate. Our campus is filled with creative staff, faculty and students who are having a positive impact on our world, from 60 seasons of the Shakespeare Festival to missions to Mars.
The Office of Industry Collaboration consults with individual companies to evaluate their needs and capabilities to better connect and develop relationships according to the company’s specific objectives.
Professor Tin Tin Su’s research, conducted with help of undergraduate students, resulted in startup company SuviCa. The company and CU Boulder recently received a patent for a promising chemical, SVC112, which helps prevent regrowth of cancer cells following radiation exposure.