semi conductor technology

CU Boulder wins $1.5 million to advance semiconductor research

Feb. 3, 2023

The funding is part of a larger $32.7 million award to 14 colleges meant to improve the performance of emerging commercial and defense systems.

Smoke from a powerplant

Is the future of carbon-capture technology electrochemistry?

Nov. 14, 2022

Electrically activating chemicals could help remove carbon dioxide from the air, CU Boulder researchers find.

Looking down at a forest that has a cut out in the shape of the continents

Cross-campus open house will feature interdisciplinary climate change research, kick off U.N. Summit events

Nov. 10, 2022

The College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Leeds School of Business are teaming up to highlight CU Boulder-led research to address climate change from 3-5 p.m. on Nov. 30 in the Olson Atrium of the Rustandy Building.

A penguin covered in oil

Doctor’s diagnosis for the Earth: a terminal human malignancy

Nov. 8, 2022

In "Homo Ecophagus," physician with CU Boulder ties sees humanity devouring itself—and the planet.

A billboard with COVID guidance

COVID-19 is still a ‘dangerous global health threat.’ A new international study spells out how we can end it

Nov. 3, 2022

Greater attention to indoor air ventilation and filtration, rebuilding public trust and clearly communicating the dominant role of airborne transmission for SARS-CoV-2, addressing pandemic inequities and a “vaccine-plus” approach are among the recommendations made by 386 experts from more than 100 countries.

Cristol Chemistry

Academic family makes $1 million bequest to chemistry department

Nov. 1, 2022

Couple wanted to give back to the university, saying, ‘CU has been our life.’

solar pannels

Chemist named finalist for prestigious young-scientist prize

June 1, 2022

Gordana Dukovic, professor of chemistry, leads an interdisciplinary research group studying nanoscale materials in solar energy.

Structure of γ-graphyne layers

Long-hypothesized ‘next generation wonder material’ created for first time

May 19, 2022

CU Boulder scientists have successfully synthesized graphyne, which has been theorized for decades but never successfully produced.

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Report highlights affordable, available ways to mitigate climate change now

April 7, 2022

A new assessment from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change brings a dire warning, but also good news

Home remains after the Marshall Fire

What the Marshall Fire can teach us about future climate catastrophes

Jan. 25, 2022

CU Boulder researchers from across campus have pivoted to study the aftermath of the Marshall Fire, hoping to learn from a tragedy in their own backyard and help prepare the country for the next

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