Fifty years ago, Scott Carpenter became the fourth American to fly in space before landing dramatically in the Atlantic Ocean 250 miles off course. His pioneering work laid the foundation for five decades of space exploration.
What if your health isn’t solely dependent on what you eat and your genes? Associate professor Rob Knight’s research reveals that bacteria in your body could play a more vital role than previously thought.
What drives the attraction to risk among certain youth? According to a growing body of research from CU’s Center on Antisocial Drug Dependence (CADD), as much as 80 percent of it may stem from their DNA.
Boulder residents have a reputation for being über health conscious, exercise-crazed and ultra-green. However, who wants to be perfect all the time? Here are three places where Boulderites can be downright sinful.
Do you suffer from chronic pain like four in every 10 Americans? If so, findings from a CU-Boulder-led research team could change the way chronic pain is treated with drugs such as morphine, which has been around since the 1850s.
Want to find out where the world’s last remaining snow leopards live or what type of environment lemurs inhabit? Check out the Map of Life, an ambitious web-based effort involving CU-Boulder researchers.
CU went into August preseason camp trying to settle on a starting quarterback among three primary contenders — third-year sophomore Nick Hirschman and transfers Connor Wood from University of Texas and Jordan Webb from University of Kansas.
Striving to stand out as filmmakers in the immensely competitive city of Los Angeles, Nick Loritsch and Joshua Dragge have made a giant leap in the industry with the successful debut of their independent film Born & Raised.
Ancient Greeks believed the gemstone heliodor contained the power and warmth of the sun, and to jewelry designer Winifred Adams, her one-of-a-kind heliodor “King Crown Ring” certainly makes a powerful impression.