Blake Leeper, an athlete who uses running prostheses

CU Research on Moon Rock Samples, Running Prostheses and Criminal Cases

March 11, 2022

Some of the latest research out of CU Boulder, plus information on the Renée Crown Wellness Institute.

social demographer Jane Menken with a group of Bangladeshi women

The Bangladesh Miracle: Decades-Long Study Reveals Impact of Family Planning

March 11, 2022

What happens when women gain the ability to control their reproductive destiny?

Shamika Klassen

Black Twitter Is the New "Green Book"

March 11, 2022

CU Boulder research by PhD candidate Shamika Klassen shows how Black Twitter serves underrepresented communities.

Image of the brain

Unlearning Pain: How Psychological Therapy Could Aid Chronic Pain

March 11, 2022

Psychological therapy research shown to help chronic pain patients.

lullaby illustration

The Colorado Lullaby Project Bridges Mental Health and Parenting

July 2, 2021

CU project pairs student musicians with new parents to create custom songs for their babies.

side profiles of a diverse group of women

The Shecession: How the Pandemic Is Impacting Women’s Careers

July 2, 2021

What the pandemic revealed about gender inequalities — and what needs to change.

NASA

Campus News Briefs Summer 2021

July 2, 2021

Research and news from CU Boulder.

The Emirates Mars Mission Hope Spacecraft prior to shipment to Dubai.

Everything You Need to Know About CU’s Involvement in the Emirates Mars Mission

March 31, 2021

As scientists from both the MBRSC and LASP continue to work together and collect data from the Emirates Mars Mission, here’s a look at CU’s involvement in the collaborative, community-building nature of the UAE-led project.

Jennifer Doudna headshot

Former CU Postdoc Wins 2020 Nobel Prize

March 18, 2021

Jennifer Doudna smashes the glass ceiling with her historic recognition in chemistry. Doudna, a former CU Boulder postdoc, won the prize for co-development of the genome editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 with French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier — the first time a science Nobel had been won by two women together.

an illustration by Brian Stauffer showing a virus cell above a city skyline with two people looking out their windows.

How to Cope in a Pandemic

March 18, 2021

CU psychology professors share tools to improve mental health amid COVID-19. As the world plunged into the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Sona Dimidjian knew a parallel and more silent crisis was brewing in mental health. Dimidjian, a CU Boulder psychology professor, immediately saw a trifecta of trouble: COVID-19 disrupted...

Pages