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Dietitian to dish on being a research bionutritionist at CU Boulder

Sept. 23, 2022

Let’s CU Well presentation on Sept. 29 to cover the ins and outs of bionutrition and CU Boulder’s Clinical Translation and Research Center.

Grand Canyon

Earth scientist wins $2.5 million grant to advance geochronology

Sept. 22, 2022

With National Science Foundation support, CU Boulder-led initiative aims to attract under-represented people to geosciences and foster grassroots ideas at frontier of "inclusive and collaborative science."

Researcher throwing black sand

To study impacts of longer, hotter summers, ecologists haul 5,000 pounds of sand up a mountain

Sept. 16, 2022

An annual experiment based out of CU Boulder’s century-old Mountain Research Station aims to measure the effects of warming temperatures and faster snowmelt on alpine ecosystems by coating snowpack with thousands of pounds of black sand.

Mindful Cairn in Colorado

Students, faculty forge a thoughtful path to a mindful future

Sept. 15, 2022

Mindful Campus Program, designed by students and faculty, aims to help students improve their own wellness and that of the community.

Buffalo Bicycle Classic on a mountain road

What your cycling jersey reveals about you, and the event it advertises

Sept. 9, 2022

Fashion historian Markas Henry reviews jerseys made to commemorate the Buffalo Bicycle Classic and helps cyclists consider the messages their exercise apparel convey.

Hellems

Campus leaders want your ideas about how to improve Hellems

Sept. 2, 2022

The project team aims to make this iconic academic building an inclusive space, focused on student success and vibrant workspace.

Power Plant

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.

CU Boulder from the sky

Land acknowledgment honors contributions of Indigenous peoples, history of land

Aug. 26, 2022

CU Boulder has adopted a land acknowledgment recognizing its campus sits on land that is part of the traditional territories of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute and other Indigenous nations with historic and ongoing ties to the state.

The Chihuahuan Meadowlark

Meet the Chihuahuan Meadowlark

Aug. 24, 2022

CU Boulder undergraduate’s honors thesis leads to the official recognition of the Chihuahuan Meadowlark as a distinct species.

Pearl Street in Boulder

City, university team up to study urban heat island effect

Aug. 23, 2022

City of Boulder plans to use CU Boulder data to study the effect of trees on urban heat for climate-mitigation planning.

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