Lemurs that cuddle and groom tend to have less microbiome diversity, scientists find

March 23, 2018

Social behaviors and microbiome diversity might be interconnected, according to new research by a CU Boulder anthropologist.Read more »

Historian probes shared humanity in Revolutionary War

March 22, 2018

Award-winning book explores parallel lives of two soldiers, martyr Nathan Hale and traitor Moses Dunbar.Read more »

People with social anxiety disorder take criticism especially hard, study finds

March 12, 2018

People who have social anxiety disorder are more likely to internalize criticism than those who do not, research from CU Boulder suggests.Read more »

When choosing where to recreate, personality is key

March 5, 2018

Economist Edward Morey has long been interested in “recreational site choice”—where do hikers, bikers, anglers, kayakers and anyone who plays in the great outdoors choose to do their thing and why?Read more »
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Physics lands $75.8M award to fund students, postdocs to work at NIST labs

Feb. 22, 2018

CU Boulder's Department of Physics has received a $75.8 million award from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to continue the collaborative Professional Research Experience Program through 2022.Read more »

Without access to care, 'Hispanic health paradox' reverses

Feb. 22, 2018

Foreign-born less likely to receive treatment, manage conditions, CU Boulder researchers findRead more »

For better health, urbanites find help from trees

Feb. 22, 2018

City trees benefit human health more than grass, CU Boulder research findsRead more »

What's up, and what's going down, with hogbacks

Feb. 21, 2018

'The cool thing is that this was motivated by looking at the hogbacks right outside our windows; no one had explained their shape before,' says Rachel GladeRead more »
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Smoke from distant fires darken the public health picture

Feb. 14, 2018

Questions remain about the respiratory risk posed to a fifth of the United States population by increasing wildfires—but a CU Boulder researcher is trying to clear the air.Read more »

CU Boulder scholars to lead effort analyzing China's huge infrastructure push

Feb. 14, 2018

China is launching huge infrastructure projects as a way to broaden its global influence. For scholars at CU Boulder, this trend raises new questions they aim to address with support from the Henry Luce Foundation.Read more »