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Up to two-thirds of Earth’s permafrost likely will disappear within the next two hundred years because of warming temperature, unleashing vast quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere says a new study by CU-Boulder’s Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences.

During the holidays, no matter how you celebrate or what your beliefs, music is almost always an important part of the celebration, according to Thomas Riis, a musicologist and director of the American Music Research Center in the University of Colorado Boulder's College of Music.

Archeologist Craig Lee discovers a 10,000 year old spear-like hunting weapon called an atlatl dart, melting out of an ice patch high in the Rocky Mountains.

It may seem like model airplane but this plane is anything but a toy. It’s called the Tempest -- a highly sophisticated unmanned aircraft designed to fly at up to 85 miles per hour underneath supercell thunderstorms gathering data.

A $32 million University of Colorado Boulder instrument package set for launch Feb.

It’s not often a person gets a once in a lifetime opportunity, but that is what has happened to 35 year old Adam Bradley.

Adam Bradley, co-editor of "Three Days Before The Shooting," reads a passage  from the novel.

Elite priests living in a spectacular spiritual outpost built high on a southwestern Colorado mountain ridge a thousand years ago likely had their meals catered by commoners living in the valley below, according to preliminary new research by a University of Colorado Boulder archaeology team.

Patty Limerick, director of the University of Colorado’s Center of the American West, Talks about the Center's new report titled “What Every Westerner Should Know About Oil Shale” in an attempt to bring order to the debate over oil shale.

CU Museum of Natural History anthropology curator Steve Lekson showcases the Joe Ben Wheat southwestern textile collection, one of the most significant in the world.


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