Nicole Stob

Seminar to tackle misconceptions, highlight benefits of protein

Jan. 18, 2024

CU Boulder nutritionist Nicole Stob will discuss this vital macronutrient during the Jan. 29 Let’s CU Well seminar.


Monique LeBourgeois, pioneering sleep researcher, dies

Jan. 4, 2024

Her pivotal research advanced our understanding of sleep and circadian physiology in early childhood.


Your brain remembers what your fingers used to do

Nov. 2, 2023

New CU Boulder research demonstrates that, with practice, older adults can regain manual dexterity that may have seemed lost.

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Could focused breathing be a key to better health?

Oct. 17, 2023

CU Boulder researchers Daniel Craighead, Douglas Seals and their team are studying the effects of a specialized breathing exercise on older adults’ blood pressure, brain health, cognition and fitness.

Covid-safe students wear masks with slits in them while playing their wind instruments

Vast majority of students were up for the mask

Feb. 23, 2023

Study finds those on CU Boulder and CSU campuses showed high levels of mask use and positive attitudes about masks during pandemic.

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‘Sleep Fairies’ complete a successful summer fellowship

Nov. 16, 2022

CU Boulder’s Sleep and Development Lab’s summer fellowship provides hands-on training for undergrads while furthering research for the university.

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College names five teaching professors of distinction

Sept. 16, 2022

These faculty are being recognized for their outstanding records in teaching, service and leadership.

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How pollution changes a baby’s gut, and why it matters

Sept. 2, 2022

A first-of-its kind study by CU Boulder researchers finds that exposure to air pollution in infancy impacts a child's developing gut microbiome in ways that boost risk of allergies, obesity and diabetes and may influence brain development.

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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.

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A trailblazer in the science of slumber

June 3, 2022

Professor Ken Wright is breaking new ground in the burgeoning field of sleep research and bringing his students along for the ride. He has won the Mary A. Carskadon Outstanding Educator Award.