Soil and mountains

New grant crumbles mysteries of the soil

Feb. 27, 2020

Two CU Boulder projects are this year’s winners of the Signals in the Soil grants.

Dennis V. Perepelitsa Assistant Professor, Physics Department

CU Boulder physicist wins top science award

Feb. 13, 2020

Cottrell Awards recognize young scholars who integrate scientific teaching and research.

Noel Clark of physics, Stephen Graham Jones of English, Robert Pasnau of philosophy, and Kenneth P. Wright Jr. of integrative physiology. 

Newly minted professors of distinction to be celebrated

Jan. 24, 2020

In Feb. 3 event, professors of physics, English, philosophy and integrative physiology to be officially recognized

Stock image of a photon

Researcher breaks light in half, cracking pillar of physics

Dec. 12, 2019

New physics research from CU Boulder keeps the theory of light and matter fractious

Photograph of a barn swallow

Bird evolution in Asia shaped in part by giant plateau, study finds

Nov. 20, 2019

A new large-scale study from CU Boulder and colleagues provides first evidence that a gargantuan, inhospitable plateau in Asia maintains the species barriers of some birds

A type of mint plant in bloom

Hawaii’s mysterious mints, discovered then ignored, get a fresh look

Nov. 16, 2019

CU Boulder grad student’s work deepens understanding of evolution and extinction, and augments work of iconic but once dismissed botanist.

Grassley

In congressional hearings, some are more equal than others

Nov. 11, 2019

Analysis by CU Boulder linguist and others finds U.S. Senate chairpersons can add bias to hearings.

Panel

Experts see hope despite grim climate projections

Oct. 18, 2019

CU Boulder and NOAA scientists join panel discussion following Boulder screening of Ice on Fire, an HBO documentary.

rural

CU Boulder research to focus on often-overlooked rural America

Oct. 4, 2019

Rural America the focus of two new projects funded by the National Institutes of Health and U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Rocky mountain np

Grad students’ capstone project aims to help Rocky Mountain National Park

Sept. 30, 2019

Four CU Boulder graduate students spent their summer working at one of the nation’s premier national parks—Rocky Mountain National Park—as part of their capstone project in the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program.

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