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Junior Ian Buller works with a CU-Boulder biology professor doing unique research on frogs that may eventually contribute to disease control in humans.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education at CU-Boulder is having a ripple effect.

Alice Swanson's classes at the University of Colorado Boulder are energetic and very interactive, in part because of her background in the business world.

Krista Hjelm talks about choosing CU-Boulder over prestigious out of state schools for the academic rigor and location.

University of Colorado Boulder lecturer Angela Thieman Dino talks about creativity and student/faculty interaction in the honors program.

Kelly Brennan's campus tour at the University of Colorado Boulder was the moment she realized it was the right place for her.

Livea, a biology major, shares her undergraduate research and honors experiences in CU-Boulder's UROP and SURE programs.

A new CU-Boulder study indicates that not only do human hands harbor far higher numbers of bacteria species than previously believed, women have a significantly greater diversity of microbes on their palms than men.

In July 2008, ConocoPhillips announced it signed a $5 million, multiyear sponsored research agreement with the Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels, a research center of the Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory, to develop new ways to convert biomass into low-carbon transportation fuel