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Outstanding grad examines ‘the enemies of conservation’

Dec. 21, 2018

Collaboration between social scientists and wildlife conservationists is key to preserving the environment and protecting human rights, she concludes.

light

Want to help your kid sleep well? Dim those lights

Dec. 18, 2018

CU Boulder studied the effects of exposing preschoolers to light before they went to bed.

turbines

Renewable energy goals can A) boost infrastructure or B) cut emissions

Dec. 6, 2018

States working within our nation’s patchwork of Renewable Portfolio Standards apparently can’t have their cake and eat it too, according to a recent study.

seniors

‘Til death do us part

Dec. 6, 2018

New research from CU Boulder suggests that the quality of your marriage may be linked to how long you live.

Photograph of the newly discovered warbler hybrid

Declining warblers making the best of bad situation

Dec. 3, 2018

The discovery of a rare three-species warbler hybrid suggests bird species in sharp decline are struggling to find suitable mates.

Flickr photo of some barn swallows

Barn swallows may indeed have evolved alongside barns, humans

Oct. 30, 2018

As humans evolved and expanded, so too did barn swallows, new research from CU Boulder suggests

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Stalking the dirt vaccine

Sept. 28, 2018

Can good bacteria make the brain more stress-resilient? Christopher Lowry has dedicated his career to finding out.

New Orleans

CU Boulder geographers studying plot-level land-use changes over 200 years

Sept. 4, 2018

Two researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are exploring human settlement and urbanization patterns in the United States between 1810 and 2015 using a groundbreaking new dataset from Zillow.

Brylowe

Prof wins grant to guide collaborations between instructors, museums

Aug. 19, 2018

Thora Brylowe, assistant professor of English, has won a $10,000 grant for her work in developing protocols to guide undergraduate instructors through museum-based instruction.

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The paradox of 'suicide in happy places' seems not to exist

Aug. 18, 2018

A closer look at geographic data finds no correlation between generally happy locales and rates of suicide, according to research by CU Boulder and U of California Irvine.

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