Data in Sweden

Transparency can make or break 'big data' regulation

Aug. 12, 2021

Anthropology professor discusses what we can learn from Sweden to protect our personal data

Spruce Tips

PhD candidate studying wild food honored for ‘innovative’ work

July 26, 2021

CU Boulder’s Kelly Zepelin wins David M. Schneider Award from the American Anthropological Association

Funk with a Rosy Finch

Researchers solve puzzle of Colorado songbird’s evolution

July 15, 2021

Mountains both help create new species and subspecies of the rosy finch and keep them distinct, according to new research from CU Boulder

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Personal experience fuels PhD student’s research on disaster recovery

June 30, 2021

Sociology graduate student has won a grant from the American Sociological Association for her work with housing recovery among Houston-area immigrants.

Police officer

Psychologists explore cops’ decision to shoot

April 19, 2021

CU Boulder researcher finds that practice reduces racial bias in a first-person shooter simulation—but the benefits only go so far.

Plato and Aristotle walking and disputing

Students bring philosophy to the people

April 5, 2021

CU Boulder outreach program launches philosophy discussion groups at local libraries

People dancing over zoom

Dance grad students keep kids moving with virtual classes

March 31, 2021

Class brings the kids ‘joy and a connection with humans during this hard time’.

Child getting headphones put on their head

Photos, videos could help experts diagnose children with autism

Jan. 10, 2020

These CU Boulder-developed tools provide a way of preparing children with autism spectrum disorder to get their hearing tested—saving time and a whole lot of stress

A type of mint plant in bloom

Hawaii’s mysterious mints, discovered then ignored, get a fresh look

Nov. 16, 2019

CU Boulder grad student’s work deepens understanding of evolution and extinction, and augments work of iconic but once dismissed botanist.

Rocky mountain np

Grad students’ capstone project aims to help Rocky Mountain National Park

Sept. 30, 2019

Four CU Boulder graduate students spent their summer working at one of the nation’s premier national parks—Rocky Mountain National Park—as part of their capstone project in the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program.

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