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In adolescence, a possible connection between Coke and coke

April 23, 2019

Reflecting on findings, CU Boulder researcher muses, ‘At 12 years old, is the venti Starbucks coffee really a good idea?’

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Fourth graders dig into pop music and poetry at CU Boulder

April 5, 2019

As they learn how writers revise their work and use literary devices, the students gear up for a school assembly led by an Australian rap star.

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Once a frontier discipline, digital arts now well established at CU Boulder

Dec. 10, 2018

People once spoke of “building the bike as we were trying to ride it.” Today, digital artists are defining the art as they create it, said Mark Amerika, founder of TECHNE Lab at CU Boulder.

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Think the Bible is fully understood? CU scholar begs to differ

Nov. 28, 2018

In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Sam Boyd, a CU Boulder scholar of Biblical studies, dove into the study of religious texts ‘so I know what I’m talking about.’

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Statistics lab helps developing world do high-impact research

Nov. 8, 2018

Solving big problems sometimes involves crunching big data, and a University of Colorado Boulder initiative has won a significant grant to help the developing world do just that.

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Kubi, a helpful robot, lets students take classes remotely

Oct. 26, 2018

There is a new way to be virtually active in the classroom, and it’s via a robot named Kubi, an innovation of the Office of Information and Technology at CU Boulder.

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Scientists, educators honored for excellence in science education

Oct. 22, 2018

In both the classroom and the lab, the University of Colorado Boulder is a great place to learn physics and other natural sciences, according to the American Physical Society.

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New interdisciplinary writing certificate launches this fall

Oct. 16, 2018

CU Boulder students from across disciplines on campus can hone their writing skills—something most employers have been calling for in recent years—through the newly launched Interdisciplinary Certificate in Writing.

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Biochemist wins top award for study of cellular proliferation

Oct. 2, 2018

Scientists do not fully understand how cells choose between proliferation and quiescence (a state of non-proliferation) but a University of Colorado Boulder biochemist’s novel proposal to study the issue has won the support of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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Stalking the dirt vaccine

Sept. 28, 2018

Can good bacteria make the brain more stress-resilient? Christopher Lowry has dedicated his career to finding out.

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