Massimo Ruzzene

Massimo Ruzzene appointed to vice chancellor position

March 17, 2023

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced the appointment of Massimo Ruzzene to the position of vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes, effective March 20.

Allie Anderson

Anderson lands prestigious NSF CAREER research award to study human-autonomy interactions

March 16, 2023

Allie Anderson is probing trust in human-robot interactions with a major grant provided to promising early career faculty. Anderson, an assistant professor in the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, has earned a 2023 National Science Foundation CAREER Award. The prestigious...

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New $15M NASA grant will support quantum sensors in space

March 16, 2023

A multi-university research team, including engineers and physicists from CU Boulder, will build technology and tools to improve measurement of important climate factors by observing atoms in outer space.

Connor Winter

Alumni Spotlight: ShoeSense is off and running, with help from CU Boulder entrepreneurial ecosystem

March 14, 2023

When Connor Winter (MechEngr’16) decided to pursue a Certificate in Engineering Management in conjunction with his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, it put him on a path that would lead to the founding of his own startup company, ShoeSense.

Chris Sherry

Alumnus and CEO to give keynote at first-ever student-led Leadership Summit

March 13, 2023

Chris Sherry’s dedication to hard work, ethical business practices and leadership led students to invite him back to campus to act as the keynote speaker at the first-ever CU Engineering Student Leadership Summit this weekend.

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Faculty encouraged to apply for a 2023-24 CU Boulder Outreach Award

March 6, 2023

Proposals for the 2023-24 faculty led CU Boulder Outreach Awards are due by 5 p.m. on April 14.


Biodegradable soil sensors could change farming, conservation approaches

March 2, 2023

New research from the Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering into biodegradable senors may change the way farmers track, measure, and respond in real time to their soil’s microbial activity with big implications for addressing global greenhouse gas emissions.

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Podcast: AI experts on how access to ChatGPT-style tech is about to change our world

March 2, 2023

Daniel Acuña, an associate professor of computer science at the University of Colorado, was recently featured on a podcast from The Conversation.

Soy beans in the lab.

New ‘magic beans’ produce ingredients for cancer treatments, vaccines and more

March 2, 2023

CU Boulder researchers and students have engineered soybeans that produce cancer drugs, vaccine ingredients and nutritional compounds more sustainably.

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Celebrating Women's History Month

March 2, 2023

March is Women's History Month, a celebration of the vital role of women in American history.