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Amsterdam to CU Boulder, by rail, boat, bus and bike

July 10, 2019

Climate researcher eschews air travel on 8,000-mile ‘commute’ to take up INSTAAR position.

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CU Boulder spinout OnKure Therapeutics enrolls first cancer patient in clinical trial

July 9, 2019

A new drug therapy for cancer treatment, spun out of research performed in a CU Boulder biochemistry lab, may provide better results for patients with solid cancers and hematologic cancers, such as leukemia and lymphoma.

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Integrative physiology building gets ‘topped out’ and feted

June 27, 2019

Popular program to get improved digs with $21.8 million facility expansion.

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Physicist finds loose thread of string theory puzzle

June 20, 2019

New research from a CU Boulder physicist might break open the mathematical puzzle that has stalled string theory research for decades

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New visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy to join CU Boulder

June 19, 2019

Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy also appoints four other visiting scholars for the coming year

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CU Boulder grad licks problem of slippery cell phones

June 14, 2019

Her invention and new company, CatTongue Grips, was born because no other product offered grippiness without scratching

Map of Oyo's Collapse, 1822

Maps of fallen kingdom shed light on Atlantic slave trade

June 13, 2019

New maps of pre-colonial Africa provide context on the slaves who departed from the Bight of Benin

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The CU Scientist Cracking the Love Code

June 13, 2019

Like humans, voles mate for life. Zoe Donaldson, a CU assistant professor of behavioral neuroscience, wants to know why.

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Is climate change fueling civil war?

June 13, 2019

Climate change has played a small but important role in fueling civil wars and other armed conflicts in recent decades and will play an exponentially greater role in the future, according to a new study.

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Anthropologist wins research award to work with young refugees

June 11, 2019

She wants to improve the lives of children living in the world’s second largest refugee camp, which is in Uganda and shelters people fleeing violence and unrest in South Sudan.

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