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Runoff, sediment flux in High Mountain Asia could limit food, energy for millions

Oct. 28, 2021

Average temperatures in high altitude areas have risen twice as fast as the global average, causing more river runoff and sediment flux, and the trend could get worse, scientists find.

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Say hello to our Collective Nightmares in horror films

Oct. 27, 2021

CU Boulder sociologists who teach courses on the sociology of horror talk about their podcast, why horror films are popular and their favorite scary movies.

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CU Boulder race scholar reframes Du Bois’ scholarly legacy

Oct. 27, 2021

New Book on W.E.B Du Bois explores the contribution the scholar had on the origins and evolution of intersectionality.

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Scientists win $4 million for efficient battery development

Oct. 25, 2021

The DOE award will help accelerate research into flow batteries, which will help make the electricity grid more reliable and sustainable.

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First moon rocks in 45 years fill gap in lunar history

Oct. 13, 2021

China's Chang'e 5 mission landed in a region of the moon more than 850 miles from the nearest Apollo landing site. The rocks the mission collected are raising questions about how lava flowed across the lunar surface 2 billion years ago.

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Cynthia Clark goes to town with her stories

Oct. 6, 2021

CU Boulder staffer and alum embraces avocation as a writer in later life.

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Lab turns critical eye on itself, aims to retain diverse voices

Sept. 27, 2021

Through a survey and ‘living document,’ a trailblazing STEM lab group hopes to make all members feel that they belong and are valued.

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Do screens really hurt kids? Not much, and they may have some benefits

Sept. 23, 2021

Screen time may not be as harmful as previously suspected for school-aged children and may have some important benefits, according to one of the largest studies to date exlporing how screens impact youth.

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Video: CU Boulder experts give scientific update on COVID-19 pandemic

Sept. 17, 2021

CU Boulder experts provide an update on the status of the delta variant in the United States, takeaways from the latest data on vaccines and breakthrough COVID-19 cases, and how the campus is approaching its sustainable response to the pandemic.

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Scientist calculates the ‘stickiness’ of strongly bonded particles

Sept. 9, 2021

Understanding viscosity of strongly bonded particles may hold the key for quantum computing, clean energy

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