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.

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All-woman engineering team heads to NASA Mars competition

April 18, 2019

A University of Colorado Boulder team is a finalist in a NASA competition to design a greenhouse for use on Mars. The annual NASA BIG Idea Challenge is set for April 23-24 in Hampton, Virginia; it calls on student groups at universities across the country to develop solutions to tough space problems.

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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.

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Clean in a flash: Researchers developing method to remove biofilms

April 15, 2019

Researchers working together across the University of Colorado system are developing a technique that would quickly and easily remove antibiotic-resistant bacteria in dentistry and other potential applications.

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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.

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Seven life lessons from alumnus Mike Maloney, founder of KOTA Longboards

April 11, 2019

CU Boulder mechanical engineering alumnus Mike Maloney chooses to take risks, try new things, serve others and get things done all while having fun! He began his career as a pilot in the United States Navy and has since founded KOTA Longboards.

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Discovery Learning Apprenticeship Symposium planned for Friday

April 10, 2019

The Discovery Learning Apprenticeship Program will hold an open symposium from 2-4 p.m. Friday in the engineering center lobby.

Fernando Rosario-Ortiz

Environmental Engineering Program appoints new director

April 10, 2019

Rosario-Ortiz is the first Latino director of the program. In addition to being the program's associate director for the past two years, Rosario-Ortiz has served as a Research and Innovation Faculty Fellow and an AWWA trustee for the Water Quality and Research Division.

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CU and CSU Students Partner to Host National Engineering Leadership Summit

April 10, 2019

CU Engineering joined forces with Colorado State University to host more than 300 engineering students from across the nationk for the Engineering Leadership Summit. Building community was key concern among all attendees.