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Students will be at the controls, under the direction of engineers, to better identify and monitor asteroids that could cause devastation to Earth as CU-Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics embarks on the Sentinel Mission.

CU-Boulder Professor Emeritus Al Bartlett shares themes from his notorious cautionary lecture about the arithmetic of population growth. The video is part of a series that can be viewed at LearnMoreAboutClimate.colorado.edu.  

Facilities Management plans for and provides a physical and operational environment that supports the University of Colorado Boulder's mission of education, research and outreach.

View a fast aerial tour of the spectacular campus and surroundings of the University of Colorado Boulder. Music: excerpt from the University of Colorado Alma Mater, by the Golden Buffalo Marching Band.

What is there to see and do around CU-Boulder? From the Peak-to-Peak Highway to Pearl Street, from Keystone to Red Rocks, from Denver to Eldorado... take a fast scenic tour of some of the sights in every season.

The University of Colorado Boulder has one of the most unique mascots in all of intercollegiate athletics, a real buffalo named Ralphie.

A glimpse of life at CU-Boulder.

Experience President Barack Obama's visit to CU-Boulder on April 24, 2012.

Biosciences at CU-Boulder have an impact on society, addressing some of its critical challenges, while also parlaying into vital advances for local and global economies. 

Bioscience at CU-Boulder happens in a building designed for collaboration among many units including chemical and biological engineering, biochemistry, and the Biofrontiers Institute. 

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