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Professor Paul Chinowsky part of Engage Locally Series around climate summit

Nov. 18, 2022

The Engage Locally Series encompasses six national and community-focused panels exploring how each of us can create positive local change to benefit our communities.

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Professors Kyri Baker and Cresten Mansfeldt selected for 2023 RIO Faculty Fellows program

Nov. 16, 2022

The RIO Faculty Fellows program aims to build a community of interdisciplinary, creative research leaders to help drive collaboration and innovation across the university through a series of intensive research leadership retreats and coaching.

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Professors Juliet Gopinath and Zoya Popovic part of fall 2022 AB Nexus grants

Nov. 16, 2022

The intercampus program stimulates innovative research collaborations and progress toward solving some of our world’s most pressing health problems.

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Cross-campus open house will feature interdisciplinary climate change research, kick off U.N. Summit events

Nov. 1, 2022

The College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Leeds School of Business are teaming up to highlight CU Boulder-led research to address climate change from 3-5 p.m. on Nov. 30 in the Olson Atrium of the Rustandy Building.

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Gopinath group advances quantum sensing with a new model in optical fibers

Oct. 31, 2022

The Optics and Photonics Research Group at CU Boulder have demonstrated meaningful advances in fiber-based, quantum-enhanced remote sensing and probing of photosensitive materials.

CU Engineering faculty and staff at the ASEE annual conference 2022

CU Engineering researchers win Best Paper at the ASEE Annual Conference 2022

Oct. 27, 2022

Komarek and co-authors, Bielefeldt and Knight won Best Paper LEAD Division and the Best Overall Professional Interest Council (PIC) paper award across a group of divisions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition 2022 last summer.

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CU Boulder lasers go supersonic

Oct. 13, 2022

Researchers at CU Boulder are using lasers to precisely quantify the performance of high-speed engines. Those measurements – recently described in detail in Optica – are key to propelling superfast hypersonic vehicles and providing better engine performance overall.

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How tiny seeds might reduce our huge dependence on fossil fuels

Sept. 23, 2022

The Fox Group, led by Jerome Fox, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at CU Boulder, was awarded $1.1 million of a five-year, $12.8 million U.S. Department of Energy grant, which involves seven universities and institutions and paves the way for broader use of non-food oilseed crops in the chemical industry.

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Research shows a handful of universities may control flow of ideas

Sept. 21, 2022

Just five U.S. universities have trained 1-in-8 tenure-track faculty members serving at the nation’s institutions of higher learning, according to new CU Boulder research.

The new industry-grade 100 kV electron beam writer

NSF funds new electron beam lithography system for quantum engineering, nanofabrication on Boulder campus

Sept. 7, 2022

A state-of-the-art instrument coming soon to CU Boulder will improve research around quantum engineering and may eventually prove to be a game-changer for interdisciplinary materials and device research in the Rocky Mountain region.