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The Creator of NASA's First Podcast

Laurie Cantillo, NASA communicator and educator, is on a mission to get more people engaged in science — especially girls.

CU's Mars Missions

Infographic: CU's Martian Missions

CU scientists have been involved in learning about our neighbor in the solar system since at least the 1960s.

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Russo-American Space Adventures

The United States and Russia have often been at odds, sometimes perilously. But in the mid-1970s, a landmark adventure brought the superpowers together.

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These CU Grads Just Won $100,000

With a high-tech safety gadget for walkers, undergrads hit the jackpot in CU's latest New Venture Challenge.

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Inquiry: Talking Moon and Mars with Engineering Dean Bobby Braun

The former NASA chief technologist and current CU engineering dean discusses the moon, Mars and why we should think there's life on other planets.

Jack Burns poses for a portrait

Heading Back to the Moon (This Time, For Good)

Getting humans back to the moon is one thing. Jack Burns and other CU scientists are asking, "How can we stay?"

Nicholas Defaria looks at his lamps

CU Around — The Lumineers

March 10, 2019

When Nicholas DeFaria designed and built three high-end lamps for class, he already knew where they would hang: In his soon-to be born baby’s bedroom.

Grant Ellwood

Q&A: Grant Ellwood, Cyclocross Champ

In December, Grant Ellwood claimed the 2018 cyclocross collegiate club national championships title in Louisville, Ky. Here the Boulder native talks cyclocross, what it takes to win and why it might be fun to see a race up close.

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The Engineering Class Teaching Students To Make Art

March 1, 2019

Some engineers might scoff at making art. But Jean Hertzberg is all about it. She's helping students reveal the beauty all around us.

Buffs in Antarctica

The Buffs Who Summer in Antarctica

Dec. 1, 2018

Antarctica is one of Earth’s most forbidding places. That’s why CU researchers keep going back.

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