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"A New Way to Measure Time," TEDxMileHigh:Point of Departure

June 30, 2017

Watch ATLAS TAM Instructor Arielle Hein's talk, "A new way to measure time," delivered at TEDxMileHigh 2017: Point of Departure last summer.

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Joel Swanson exhibits work at Venice Biennale

June 5, 2017

Assistant Professor Joel Swanson's work is part of an exhibition called Personal Structures at the Venice Biennale 2017, arguably the most important visual arts event on the planet.

Kristoff Klipfel wearing his piano gloves

No piano? No problem

June 1, 2017

All you need are ATLAS student Kristof Klipfel's musical gloves.

TAM graduate Meredith Richter

Meet one of the BS CTD program’s first grads

June 1, 2017

Meridith Richter's journey from majoring in creative writing, to computer science and finally to the ATLAS Institute’s Technology, Arts and Media program couldn't have been predicted.

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Getting to know your robot

May 31, 2017

Dan Szafir, director of the ATLAS IRON Lab, is helping realize a future in which robots read body language, manage ambiguity, anticipate our needs and have that human touch.

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Using her powers for good

May 31, 2017

When BS-TAM major Susie Gomez isn't studying, she's often off campus helping to inspire young Latina girls to become mathematics and science whizzes.

Carson Bruns in blue blazer covering his pink shirt.

ATLAS welcomes artist-chemist to faculty

May 25, 2017

Chemist and artist Carson Bruns will join CU Boulder’s ATLAS Institute and the Mechanical Engineering Department as an assistant professor this fall.

Lila Finch working on sculpture

Graduate student project illuminates science for youth

May 24, 2017

In the lobby of the Roser ATLAS Building, a nine-foot illuminated tree sculpture is lending artistic form to scientific function.

Specdrums being used

Pushing Boundaries: Specdrum rings let you turn any color, any surface into sound

May 17, 2017

TAM student Steven Dourmashki develops Specdrums: app-connected rings users wear on their fingers that turn colors into sounds.

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Technology is Going to the Dogs

May 10, 2017

Can technology work for dogs? A recent visitor to the ATLAS Laboratory for Playful Computation helped answer this question in a public workshop

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