Killing drug-resistant bacteria title card

Levy shines in national contest with video on using light to combat drug-resistant bacteria

Jan. 22, 2020

Max Levy, a graduate student in the Nagpal Lab, earned second place in a Science Coalition video competition.

Multi-colored molecules

$125 million for CU Boulder spinout Inscripta may usher in the next wave of genetic engineering

Dec. 19, 2019

Inscripta, a digital genome engineering company spun out of CU Boulder research, has just raised another $125 million in a Series D financing on the heels of launching its revolutionary product, The Onyx™. Inscripta is having a record funding year, also closing on $105 million in financing in late 2018 and early 2019. The company has raised $259.6 million in total and these new funds will help accelerate the expansion and commercialization of The Onyx™ .

Annika Lai, Theodore Champ and Peter Buur stand with their poster awards at AIChE conference

CU Boulder students shine at 2019 AIChE poster competition

Nov. 20, 2019

Three undergraduates and one doctoral student from Professor Al Weimer’s research group earned poster awards this month at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

Ku Thomas stands in front of the Sydney Opera House.

Study abroad trailblazer Ku Thomas wins advocacy award

Nov. 14, 2019

Leading up to the award, he was the first student in his major to study abroad in back-to-back semesters in two different countries: New Zealand and Singapore.

Alumni gather for a photo

“Talented people find their own paths”: College alumni reconnect in Houston

Nov. 14, 2019

Graduates of the College of Engineering and Applied Science met in Houston to reconnect and hear from Professor Emeritus David Clough.

Saleh in the lab

Saleh talks about life in the Bryant Group, future career as teacher and researcher

Nov. 7, 2019

Fifth-year chemical and biological PhD candidate Leila Saleh works at the crossroads of immunology and engineering in the Bryant Research Group. During her time at CU Boulder, she has worked with professors Stephanie Bryant, Kristi Anseth and Jenifer Cha in various capacities – giving her a great chance to see how all three balance research and teaching, and shaping her post-graduation plans.

Blood in an artery

Machine learning technology may help doctors identify and treat infections in newborns faster

Nov. 6, 2019

New research adapting facial recognition technology may help identify and treat pathogens in minutes rather than days.

Syringe drawing a vaccine

Breaking the cold chain and making the shot count: Garcea and Randolph awarded Gates Foundation grant for vaccine research

Oct. 31, 2019

New research from Professor Robert Garcea of the BioFrontiers Institute and Gillespie Professor Theodore Randolph of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering is showing encouraging results in stabilizing vaccines and circumventing the refrigeration requirement, earning an additional $1.2 million in grant funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Professor McGehee in his lab

McGehee research group advances perovskite solar technology for green energy production

Oct. 17, 2019

A new paper in Nature Energy addresses stability challenges in stacked perovskite solar cells.

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Heinz starting new projects worth $3.8 million from National Science Foundation

Oct. 16, 2019

Heinz is leading two research projects that received NSF grants in September.

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