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University of Colorado Boulder researcher Betsy Weatherhead, Sr. Scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences, using unmanned planes to search for Arctic seals.

A CU-Boulder biologist's study has shown the testosterone of male North American barn swallows skyrocketed early in the breeding season when their breast colors were artificially enhanced by researchers.

Kenly Brown, who's notion of research has expanded since attending CU-Boulder, says faculty have helped set her up for real-word applications.

University of Colorado Boulder Anthropologist Payson Sheets and his team of students from CU-Boulder are excavating a Maya village in El Salvador buried by a volcanic eruption 1,400 years ago

Jim Voss,  a 1974 CU-Boulder Aerospace Engineering graduate, and NASA astronaut from 1984-2003, is now teaching in CU-Boulder's Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department, College of Engineering and Applied Science. He talks about the space shuttle era.