- Jingchun Li chosen as Packard Fellow
Assistant Professor of EBIO and Curator of Vertebrates awarded prestigious Packard fellowship
- CU herbarium plants the seed for climate change research
CU Museum Herbarium featured in CU Boulder Today
- Food may have been scarce in Chaco Canyon
Adjoint Curator Larry Benson discusses his research in CU Boulder Today.
- CU Museum receives reaccreditation from AAM
The highest national recognition for museums.
- A modern look at Chaco Canyon's ancient past
Anthropology Curator Steve Lekson discusses his work at Chaco Canyon in CU Boulder Today.
- Students in Focus: 'The Yuccans' bring nature education to Mesa Verde
CU Students teach park visitors about local ecology.
- Faculty in Focus: At 99, botanist's love of lichens still going strong
CU professor emeritus William Weber featured in CU Boulder Today.
- How female scientists can confront gender bias in the workplace
Vertebrate palaeontologist Jaelyn Eberle featured in Nature.
- When it comes to genes, lichens embrace sharing economy.
Botany Curator Erin Tripp discusses obligate symbiosis in lichens in CU Boulder Today.
- How Captives Changed the World.
Anthropology Professor and Adjunct Curator Cathy Cameron featured in Scientific American.
- It's Wet Down Here: The perils of underwater research.
CU postdoc Lindsey Dougherty featured in Scientific American.
- Shellfish Surprise: Common 'Herbivore' Dinosaur Found To Snack On Crustaceans.
Paleontology Curator Karen Chin featured on NPR.
- Cannabis: A Visual Perspective
Biolounge exhibit featured in the Washington Post.
- CU Collection Hive of Information on World of Bees.
Entomology Collection Manager Virginia Scott featured in the Daily Camera and Denver Post.
- Lichens Really Do Have 'Charm'!
CU biologist Erin Tripp discusses the hidden charm of lichens on Colorado Public Radio.
- Pushing Boundaries: Plant hunters are the pioneers of Colorado botany.
CU botanists Dina Clark and Tim Hogan in CU Boulder Today.