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Lack of sleep, is that your dilemma?

Awake too early when you should be asleep? Might want to try and switch things up. A new study by the University of Colorado shows that the longer people are awake during the time their biological clock is telling them to sleep the worse their sensitivity to insulin, which is a precursor to diabetes.

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CU-Boulder lands first free ULA CubeSat ride into space

United Launch Alliance (ULA) announced Thursday it's taking CubeSat rideshares to the next level by launching a new, innovative program offering universities the chance to compete for free CubeSat rides starting in 2017. The first free CubeSat launch is going to CU-Boulder.

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Bridge program welcomes first-generation students in summer residential program

Last July, 11 students participated in the first ever Residential Academic Bridge Program (Bridge). The program is an intensive and exciting three-week immersion experience for first-generation students who participated in a Pre-Collegiate Development Program (PCDP) at CU-Boulder.

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Economic Outlook Forum to be presented Dec. 7 by CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business

CU-Boulder's Leeds School of Business will present its 51st annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum at 1 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7, at the Grand Hyatt Denver. 

Economist Richard Wobbekind will present the forecast with co-presenter Kelly Brough, president and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. Kent Thiry, chairman and CEO of DaVita HealthCare Partners will deliver the keynote address.