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CU-Boulder research: ice cores and rising tides

Video: A new study by an international team of scientists analyzing ice cores from the Greenland ice sheet going back in time more than 100,000 years indicates the last interglacial period may be a good analog for where the planet is headed in terms of increasing greenhouse gases and rising temperatures.

CU-Boulder's sun-gazing satellite, designed to last 5 years, turns 10

When a sun-gazing NASA satellite designed and built by the University of Colorado Boulder launched into space on Jan. 25, 2003, solar storms were raging.

Tips for attending Career Fair

Get tips for attending the 2013 CU-Boulder Spring Career Fair from Career Services Director Lisa Severy.

CU-Boulder's International Coffee Hour

Free food, prizes and great conversations with CU-Boulder students from all over the world are some of the reasons International Coffee Hour is a popular ongoing event at the University of Colorado Boulder. The student group CU International hosts the coffee hour on Fridays when fall and spring classes are in session.

Flu season health tips

Dr. David Lawrence, director of the CU-Boulder Wardenburg Health Center, offers up some health tips for this year’s flu season.

Degree of difficulty: Flips and physics at CU-Boulder

The acrobatic flips of spirit squad member Ozell Williams are a good illustration of how University of Colorado Boulder students strive for a higher degree of difficulty.

Researchers creating team of tiny robots

CU-Boulder researchers are working to build a swarm of small robots that can work together to accomplish complex tasks.

Students Create Solar Tracker for Boeing

University of Colorado Boulder engineering major Dan Johnson shows off the solar energy tracking device his senior design group made in partnership with the Boeing company.

Study Abroad With CU Faculty

University of Colorado Boulder vice chancellor Alphonse Keasley takes his students to South Africa to study reconciliation, and the students return with a surprising perspective.

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