Physicist Jun Ye gives U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse a tour of his lab at JILA on the CU Boulder campus.

Colorado’s quantum revolution

June 30, 2022

For decades, scientists and engineers from Colorado have explored a universe of tiny things in greater and greater detail. Now, their findings are transforming the state into a new Silicon Valley—this time, a Quantum Valley.

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Ukraine: most people refuse to compromise on territory, but willingness to make peace depends on their war experiences—new survey

June 30, 2022

Survey shows that Ukrainians’ attitudes about a peace settlement and any territorial concessions to the Russians differs depending on their experience of war.

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Experts shed light on preventing violence

June 27, 2022

As the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at CU Boulder turns 30, its founder and director shares thoughts on the center’s legacy

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Indigenous scholar investigates changing relationship of fish, people

June 15, 2022

Anishinaabe grad student wins dissertation fellowship to write results of sturgeon study, Great Lakes climate change.

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Young biochemist wins prestigious Boettcher award

June 8, 2022

Aaron T. Whiteley, CU Boulder assistant professor of biochemistry, is one of eight to win this year’s Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award.

 Helanius J. Wilkins, left, A. Ryder Turner

CU dance prof wins $10k NEA grant to ‘heal and unite’

June 7, 2022

Helanius J. Wilkins’ project aims to reflect ‘re-bodying belonging to become better ancestors.’

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A trailblazer in the science of slumber

June 3, 2022

Professor Ken Wright is breaking new ground in the burgeoning field of sleep research and bringing his students along for the ride. He has won the Mary A. Carskadon Outstanding Educator Award.

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Chemist named finalist for prestigious young-scientist prize

June 1, 2022

Gordana Dukovic, professor of chemistry, leads an interdisciplinary research group studying nanoscale materials in solar energy.

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Putting the theory of special relativity into practice, by counting galaxies

May 31, 2022

‘I love the idea that this basic principle that Einstein told us about a long time ago is something you can see,’ CU Boulder astrophysicist says.

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Quick evolution is helping wildlife survive, scientists find

May 31, 2022

New research from across the globe finds that the ‘fuel of evolution’ in wild animals is two to four times more abundant than previously thought.

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