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Should I be laughing at this?

Aug. 10, 2023

In a recent defense of strong comic immoralism, CU Boulder philosophy student Connor Kianpour argues for the aesthetic value of immoral humor.

Child in the Red Army uniforms

Russia retools Soviet propaganda against Ukraine, expert says

Aug. 8, 2023

In her master’s thesis, CU grad student highlights how the current Russian regime is making use of Soviet narratives and symbols to justify its war with Ukraine.

Mountain landscape

Arts and sciences dean appoints new deans of division

July 28, 2023

Hirings mark significant milestone in the reorganization of the College of Arts and Sciences, an initiative launched by the provost In a significant milestone in the reorganization of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dean Glen Krutz has appointed two deans of division and one interim dean of division and...

elderly hands

Bad news for Boomers: There’s no magic cure for aging

July 27, 2023

CU Boulder researcher Jesse Kurland shows in new study that aging is a complex process affecting genetic networks, and altering one gene won’t stop it.

Clifford teaching a class

CU Boulder geographer among inaugural group of public scholars

July 27, 2023

Katherine Clifford, a recent PhD and scientist at the Western Water Assessment, named to American Association of Geographers ‘Elevate the Discipline’ cohort.

zinc on period table of elements

The right zinc levels are key to human health, researchers find

July 24, 2023

Using innovative fluorescent sensors and computational modeling, CU Boulder biochemistry researcher Amy Palmer tracked naturally cycling cells to better understand an essential micronutrient.

the thinker

Prof set to lead the American Philosophical Association

July 18, 2023

Bob Pasnau, CU Boulder professor of philosophy, outlines some of his goals upon becoming the APA’s Central Division president while also making a case for the value of studying philosophy in college.

Stars and mountains

CU Boulder, Fort Lewis College support Native American astrophysics students

July 13, 2023

Julie Comerford, associate professor of astrophysics, initiated the NSF-funded research program opening pathways to students often underrepresented in physical sciences.

sunflower

Are sunflowers Colorado’s best hedge against climate change?

July 11, 2023

In the state’s dry, nutrient-deficient soil, CU Boulder researchers and others aim to learn if the crop can survive and even thrive in a hotter, drier future.

blue and red light

New material shows potential for better solar cells, more effective medical imaging

July 6, 2023

CU Boulder chemistry researcher Joel Eaves and his co-investigators demonstrated how designing interfaces between organic and inorganic materials can convert low-energy light to high-energy.

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