Kubi technology allows housebound student to attend class

March 15, 2017

Because she had hip surgery during the winter break, University of Colorado Student Annie Miller could not physically attend class in the beginning weeks of the spring 2017 semester. A robot and some teamwork ensured that she could attend remotely.


Larger disasters 'inevitable,' says new Natural Hazards Center director

March 15, 2017

Lori Peek, who was just starting her third year of graduate school at CU Boulder, watched the catastrophe of 9/11 unfold from afar. But soon after the twin towers fell, she packed her bags and flew into the chaos.


Several grad programs deemed 'tops' for 2018 by US News & World Report

March 14, 2017

Numerous other CU Boulder schools, colleges, departments and programs hold places in the national rankings within their fields.


So three polar bears walk into a bar…

March 14, 2017

‘Stand Up for Climate Change’ event on March 17 to fuse the sober topic of climate change with the unifying power of humor.


New interdisciplinary center explores the beginnings - of everything

March 9, 2017

How do you study a historical event? “You can’t bring a giant meteorite hitting the Earth millions of years ago into a lab."


Taxes, tariffs and trade

March 6, 2017

Taxes, tariffs and trade, three things frequently in the headlines now, are the focus of the next Social Sciences Today Forum at the University of Colorado Boulder.


Unwinding the mysteries of protein folding

March 2, 2017

Tom Perkins and JILA team unfold proteins with precise new instrumentation, illuminate 85 percent of previously unknown steps.


Humans have dramatically increased extent, duration of wildfire season

Feb. 28, 2017

Humans have dramatically increased the spatial and seasonal extent of wildfires across the U.S. in recent decades and ignited more than 840,000 blazes in the spring, fall and winter seasons over a 21-year period.


Why Mendelssohn (Moses, not Felix) matters

Feb. 28, 2017

Elias Sacks, CU Boulder assistant professor or religious studies, makes a case for the contemporary relevance of an Enlightenment superstar.


Visiting aerial dance artist has silk and sensibility

Feb. 28, 2017

Ana Prada’s career has been up in the air for nearly two decades, and that’s just the way she wants it. She will be in residence at CU Boulder April 3-14.