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Wired To Be Wild

Sept. 1, 2012

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.

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Ancient Arctic Accessory Appears

March 1, 2012

While excavating a 1,000-year-old seaside house in Alaska’s Seward Peninsula, researchers led by CU-Boulder made a startling discovery.

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Online Dating Too Revealing?

March 1, 2012

A significant number of online dating sites may reveal more personal information than users realize, according to research done by CU business professor Kai Larsen and his students last fall.

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Heavyweights Team Up To Study Brain Activity

Dec. 1, 2011

Do you ever wonder why you have a difficult time paying attention? Or why some people are more sensitive to pain? CU-Boulder researchers will be seeking answers to these questions thanks to a new 25,000-pound, $3 million machine on campus.

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Bringing Down the House

June 1, 2010

Earthquake-prone cities like Kathmandu in Nepal, Japan’s Tokyo and Turkey’s Istanbul, have fast-growing populations that could suffer devastating damage when a large earthquake hits.

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Scientist's Probe Outside the Box

March 1, 2010

Traditional cancer research often rewards tried-and-true approaches, leaving young scientists who think outside the box empty-handed. Hang “Hubert” Yin, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, hopes his research may change that.

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Stem Cells Could Contribute to muscular Dystrophy Recovery

June 1, 2009

Treatment of injured, diseased or aging muscle tissues in humans, including damage wreaked by muscular dystrophy, may reach new heights, thanks to a recent discovery by a CU research team.

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