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Parkin Drawing Prize winner denies plagiarizing artwork with same title by artist and ATLAS professor Joel Swanson

Sept. 1, 2020

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Scientist reflects on the joys and challenges of being a Black nature lover

Aug. 13, 2020

ATLAS instructor and STEM outreach coordinator Shaz Zamore spoke to CU Boulder Today about their experiences as a Black person who grew up with a love for the outdoors—and the challenges facing people of color who are just beginning their careers in nature-centric fields like ecology, zoology and botany.

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Ellen Do keynote speaker at Asia's largest gathering of computer-aided architectural design researchers

July 28, 2020

Ellen Do, professor and director of partnership and innovation in the ATLAS Institute, will be a keynote speaker.

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ATLAS graduate student assists Accenture Labs with development of self-cleaning textiles

July 24, 2020

Imagine a textile that cleaned itself, killing viruses and bacteria, and dissolving flecks of embedded organic material.

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Healthcare at Home

June 17, 2020

Mirela Alistar, assistant professor of computer science and the director of the ATLAS Institute’s Living Matter Lab, wants to make healthcare more personal with microfluidic biochips.

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Black in Nature

June 10, 2020

Shaz Zamore, ATLAS instructor and STEM outreach coordinator, coauthors this blog affiliated with the Integrative and Comparative Biology journal. "Having a network of fellow Black nature and STEM enthusiasts encourages us to contribute ideas and perspectives our non-Black peers may not have considered," Zamore wrote with coauthor Alexus Roberts. "In turn, starting these conversations can promote political discourse that may not have otherwise occurred. Simply put, our presence is change."

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Congratulations ATLAS spring 2020 MS and PhD graduates!

May 16, 2020

In spring 2020, four PhD students and 15 master's students received graduate degrees from the ATLAS Institute, the largest class of ATLAS graduate students to date.

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Twelve undergraduates recognized with ATLAS student awards

May 7, 2020

Of the 62 seniors graduating with a Technology, Arts & Media bachelor’s degree in 2020, ATLAS is recognizing 12 students with one of two awards.

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ATLAS research helps define the future of human-computer interaction

May 1, 2020

At a time when the field of human-computer interaction is becoming more important than ever, ATLAS researchers are making substantial contributions, contributing nine papers and two workshops to CHI '20.

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Ruhan Yang and teammates win first place at Georgia Tech's Moog Hackathon

March 3, 2020

ATLAS CTD master's student Ruhan Yang and two teammates won first place for their project, "e-Trombone," at Georgia Tech's annual Moog Hackathon, beating 11 teams, taking home $3,000, and securing a place in GT's prestigious Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.

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