Corey Neu CU Boulder functional imaging technique

Functional imaging technique could diagnose early osteoarthritis, NIH awards $2.7M

April 19, 2019

Associate Professor Corey Neu of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CU Boulder is working with colleagues at CU Anschutz to detect early osteoarthritis, allowing younger patients to seek treatment earlier and possibly ward off the most severe measures including joint replacement.

Kristi Anseth working in lab

Anseth becomes first CU Engineer elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 17, 2019

Kristi Anseth, a pioneer of regenerative medicine, joins at least 30 current or former CU Boulder faculty members in the Academy.

Physics lab equipment

19 engineers earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

April 15, 2019

The National Science Foundation has awarded prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships to CU Boulder students, paving the way for them to continue their innovative and impactful research on campus. The awards, announced on April 9, recognize outstanding graduate students from across the country in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. The 2,050 nationwide winners were selected from thousands of applicants across the country.

The three Global Engineering Award winners pose with Mortenson Center staff and the college's dean, Bobby Braun.

Student-run symposium features first Global Engineering Awards

April 12, 2019

The Mortenson Center surprised its founding director, Distinguished Professor Bernard Amadei, with the Global Engineering Humanitarian Award during the event.

Rendering of the new buildng.

BREAKING: United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Command announce selection of CU Boulder for Starfleet Academy’s HQ2

April 1, 2019

Stardate: 72246.57 The United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Command have chosen the University of Colorado Boulder to host a new Headquarters and Starfleet Academy ( Starfleet HQ2) opening in Summer 2019 – specifically stardate 72649.31. With the Alpha Quadrant’s ever-changing dynamics – combined with significant growth in Academy applications...

Members of Kartwheel team stand with giant check.

Startup teams advance to New Venture Challenge finals

April 1, 2019

Four teams with ties to the College of Engineering and Applied Science will compete Wednesday for the top prize.

Jeanne Barthold, co-founder of TissueForm, wins $6,000 and first place at the NVC 11 R&D Track Finals.

TissueForm wins New Venture Challenge R&D track

March 25, 2019

TissueForm seeks to help patients suffering from tissue disease, damage or aging through its simple, low-cost and long-lasting dermal filler technology. Their technology, called the ClayMatrix™, originated from research that fourth-year PhD student Jeanne Barthold performed in the Mechanical Engineering Department's Neu Soft Tissue Bioengineering Lab.

Stride Tech team stands together after winning the hardware track

Stride Tech wins New Venture Challenge Hardware Track

March 25, 2019

After his grandmother sustained injuries from a fall and struggled back to health, Tim Visos-Ely, Stride Tech CEO and Engineering Plus senior, was inspired to come up with a solution for safer senior care.

Nimb.ly team celebrates its success at the IT track finals

Nimb.ly wins New Venture Challenge IT track

March 21, 2019

The team is creating a revolutionary software platform that helps catering companies keep their events efficiently staffed.

Andrew Dahir climbs on the climbing wall during his record attempt

PhD candidate wins Guinness World Records for climbing

March 19, 2019

PhD candidate Andrew Dahir of Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences is the proud record-holder of two new Guinness World Records for climbing. Here, he describes his successful attempts to break the records in September 2018—and how engineering and climbing have shown him the "ropes" for tackling any challenge.

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