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Photo of the Week: Nighttime on Mars

June 26, 2019

Giordan Thompson (MechEngr’20) was one of 21 CU Boulder engineering students enrolled in the Maymester course, "Medicine in Space and Surface Environments," focused on aerospace engineering, human physiology and medicine. For one week of the three-week course, the students lived at the Mars Desert Research Station in southern Utah, where...

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Q&A: Emily Fairfax Wants You To Appreciate Beavers

April 16, 2019

Here, Fairfax explains what captivates her about wetlands and beavers, what she’s learned through her research and why we all should all see beavers in a positive light.

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Blowing the Doors Off the Microbial World

March 1, 2019

CU's Norm Pace isn't intimidated by the darkness of remote caves, or the vastness of the microbial universe. He's mastered both.

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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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Campus News Briefs — Summer 2018

June 1, 2018

Takács Quartet, the Ralphie pool and the power of a lover's touch.

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Blade Runners

June 1, 2018

CU’s Alena Grabowski is helping a new generation of amputee athletes reimagine what’s possible.

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Research on the Road

March 1, 2018

CU Boulder scientists take a creative approach to studying cannabis.

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Campus News Briefs — Spring 2018

March 1, 2018

Read about Varsity Lake, John Grisham, a memory protein and soft robots.

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Circles in the Sand

Dec. 1, 2017

A CU ecologist tackles a mystery in Africa.

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Campus News Briefs - Fall 2017

Sept. 1, 2017

Fraternities, nuclear war and showerhead ecosystems.

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