Fizzy soda with straw in a glass

Economist finds sweet success with soda taxes

Dec. 6, 2022

CU Boulder researcher finds soda taxes aren’t as regressive as previously feared and do decrease body mass index among non-white youth.

A Home In Between, Partial C: God's plan for the redemption

CU Boulder artist embodies resilience in the wake of the Marshall Fire

Oct. 31, 2022

Artist Erin Hyunhee Kang cultivates collective understanding in her exhibit: “A Home In Between.”

Emily Nocito (left) and Virginia Weiskopf (right) at a Greenpeace event.

CU Boulder students defend the high seas

Aug. 30, 2022

Senior Virginia Weiskopf and PhD candidate Emily Nocito, both in environmental studies, head to the United Nations to research marine conservation.

Donaldson and her postdoc and grad student

Professor, postdoc, grad student gear up to teach cutting-edge science in Estonia

Aug. 1, 2022

CU Boulder neuroscientist will spend much of August helping European high school students learn the finer points of gene manipulation in prairie voles

Arctic sea ice

Smoke from Western wildfires can influence Arctic sea ice, researchers find

July 27, 2022

New CU Boulder research finds that the presence of clouds—or lack thereof—caused by the smoke of wildfires thousands of miles away can either help protect or endanger Arctic sea ice.

Illustration of a sketched opened door

Students opening doors

June 22, 2022

Meet three CU Boulder students who are creating supportive, stronger communities by improving understanding, accessibility.

MRI and computers in the lab

Major gift to enhance diversity of life-science researchers

June 17, 2022

With support from the Shurl and Kay Curci Foundation, six life-science scholars gain support during their first two years of PhD work, beginning this fall.

Natasha Myhal with a Marie Tribe of Chippewa flag in the background.

Indigenous scholar investigates changing relationship of fish, people

June 15, 2022

Anishinaabe grad student wins dissertation fellowship to write results of sturgeon study, Great Lakes climate change.

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.

From left to right, graphics of hands holding heart-shaped Earth, graphics of heart coming out from a piggy bank and graphics of a hand donating a coin in a black background.

Workshop teaches students effective altruism and how to give better

May 11, 2022

With Giving Games, CU Boulder sociologist Tim Wadsworth has helped hundreds of students donate thousands of dollars to effective charities, and imparted lifelong skills

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