Data in Sweden

Transparency can make or break 'big data' regulation

Aug. 12, 2021

Anthropology professor discusses what we can learn from Sweden to protect our personal data

Archaeologist and paleoenvironmental researcher Isaac Hart of the University of Utah surveys a melting ice patch in western Mongolia. Peter Bittner, CC BY-ND

Melting Mongolian ice reveals fragile artifacts that provide clues about how past people lived

Aug. 11, 2021

As soaring heat exposes artifacts that provide insights into ancient climate resilience and other important scientific data, the ice loss itself is reducing humanity’s resilience for the years ahead.

A corona mass ejection erupts from our sun on August 31, 2012

Scientists inch closer to cracking mysteries of space weather

Aug. 10, 2021

New research from CU Boulder could help scientists better understand the phenomena behind ‘sunspots’.

Gambling

Researchers pinpoint behaviors underlying gambling addiction

Aug. 5, 2021

Before putting $20 down on the table, audit your mental health, researchers from the Institute of Behavioral Science suggest.

CU Boulder Biochemistry building

PhD student, professor win major inclusivity fellowship

Aug. 2, 2021

Briana Aboulache and Karolin Luger win Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam fellowship, which looks to build a more inclusive scientific environment.

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A blood test for your body clock? It’s on the horizon

July 30, 2021

CU Boulder sleep researchers have found it's possible to determine the timing of a person's internal biological clock via a single blood draw

Dick Jessor

Shocked by battle of Iwo Jima, young scholar vowed to make a difference

July 30, 2021

Richard Jessor, distinguished professor of behavioral science and co-founder of IBS, retires after 70 years of service to CU Boulder.

Spruce Tips

PhD candidate studying wild food honored for ‘innovative’ work

July 26, 2021

CU Boulder’s Kelly Zepelin wins David M. Schneider Award from the American Anthropological Association

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The Shecession: How the Pandemic Is Impacting Women’s Careers

July 26, 2021

What the pandemic revealed about gender inequalities—and what needs to change.

applied math research

Low- and middle-income countries lack access to big data analysis—here’s how to fill the gap

July 20, 2021

As statistics continues to play an ever more important role in society, equal access to data resources in developing countries is becoming more essential.

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