A student showing work at the ATLAS Research Showcase

ATLAS Institute Research Showcase set for Friday

Oct. 16, 2019

Research and creative work exposition, laboratory and studio tours, demos, poster presentations, and discussion with faculty members and graduate students.

CU Boulder Aerospace Building Exterior

Research Week Panel: What Remote Sensing Can Tell us About Climate Change

Oct. 11, 2019

An open discussion in the new Aerospace Building with research leaders from across the university about the modern tools that are helping us understand and combat climate change. Panelists will discuss their work in the field through real world applications of the current technology and consider how the students on campus today address this issue in the future.

A student works with her faculty mentor in a robotics lab.

Google exploreCSR grant will increase research mentoring relationships in computing at CU Boulder

Oct. 9, 2019

The University of Colorado Boulder is one of 24 institutions to receive Google’s exploreCSR grant, which supports universities that are trying to get more women involved in computing research careers by running research-focused workshops.

Portrait of Kon-Well Wang

NSF division director Kon-Well Wang to visit campus, college

Oct. 4, 2019

A top-level National Science Foundation administrator will speak about the past and future of Engineering Research Centers and offer a technical presentation at CU Boulder in mid-October.

A student working in the lab with lasers

Another record year for CU Boulder Engineering research

Oct. 3, 2019

CU Engineering had another record-breaking year for research funding in the college with $108 million in fiscal year 2019. This is the highest total ever for the college and the second year in a row when awards were above $100M.

Microscope on a green background

Plenty to see and do during research week

Oct. 2, 2019

Tours of engineering’s out-of-this-world facilities. In-depth panel discussions with leaders from across campus. Hands-on exploration of student-led research. Online giveaways for undergrads. These are just a few of the ways CU Engineering is leading Research and Innovation Week on campus this year. Research and Innovation Week 2019 will be held Oct. 14-18 and is hosted by the Research and Innovation Office. The goal is to showcase and demonstrate the broad impact of CU Boulder research, scholarship and creative works. This is the second year of the program and should be bigger and better than the last.

A student adjusts hoses on the rain machine in the lab

Video: The hidden impact of wildfire from rain

Oct. 1, 2019

The costs of wildfires extend far beyond the burn zone. Wildfires can heat soil to temperatures up to 1,000º F (550º C), releasing higher concentrations of carbon, nitrogen and other organic materials from the soil. When rain falls, those contaminants can be carried into nearby watersheds, increasing concentrations by up to 700%.

The ocean with waves as seen from the sky

CU Boulder brings expertise to new, interdisciplinary Energy-Water Desalination Hub

Sept. 24, 2019

CU Boulder is part of a new, $100 million interdisciplinary partnership to address critical water security issues in the United States over the next five years.

ESPOL and CU Engineering faculty and staff gather in conference room

College launches new research effort, global course in Ecuador

Sept. 23, 2019

The College of Engineering and Applied Science is establishing new research collaborations and launching an international engineering course in Ecuador, continuing the college’s efforts to expand its global reach and impact.

A Satellite in orbit around earth

New NSF quantum award has applications for space exploration

Sept. 18, 2019

The three-year award, titled Quantum Control of Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices for Inertial Sensing for Space Applications, totals $1.9 million.

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