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Jeffrey Nytch named Yamaha Master Educator in new Music Business and Entrepreneurship group

Feb. 20, 2021

Among 30 distinguished academics, clinicians, consultants and authors, Jeffrey Nytch—director of the College of Music’s Entrepreneurship Center for Music and associate professor of composition—has joined the Yamaha Master Educator Collective’s newly-launched Music Business and Entrepreneurship group.


Futurum partnership puts CU research in the hands of younger students

Feb. 18, 2021

It’s hard to imagine a teenager who could resist exploring mechanical engineering after learning about Endoculus, the small device developed by CU Boulder Professor Mark Rentschler and student researchers in his lab that can navigate the human gastrointestinal system with ease and may someday help doctors care for their patients. Futurum helped translate Rentschler’s complex research into easy-to-digest (no pun intended) content that teachers can incorporate into their lesson plans and share with their students.

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Faculty innovators recognized by National Academy of Inventors

Feb. 11, 2021

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has announced that CU Boulder researchers Mark Rentschler, Greg Rieker and Tin Tin Su have been designated as NAI Senior Members in recognition of their impact on society through extraordinary innovation.

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New wearable device turns the body into a battery

Feb. 11, 2021

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a new, low-cost wearable device that is stretchy enough that you can wear it like a ring, a bracelet or any other accessory that touches your skin. It also taps into a person’s natural heat—employing thermoelectric generators to convert the body’s internal temperature into electricity.

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SomaLogic adds $81M to earlier $121M round

Jan. 7, 2021

SomaLogic is developing blood-testing platforms to measure for thousands of proteins in a patient’s blood or urine sample that may signal current illnesses or risks for developing a future health condition.

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Authenticity is Key Factor in Founders’ Sustainable Startups

Jan. 6, 2021

A recent study by Leeds Associate Professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, Jeff York and co-authors focuses on founders’ personal identity—a characteristic underexplored in current entrepreneurial founders research.

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COVID-19 creates new learning opportunities for ATLAS students

Dec. 17, 2020

The pandemic has created immense challenges for countless students and instructors. That’s a given. At the same time, the switch to all-online teaching also created some unforeseen opportunities.

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Inscripta wins Company of the Year at Colorado BioScience Association's Annual Awards Celebration

Dec. 14, 2020

CBSA celebrated companies and organizations driving new health innovations to save and change lives around the world during their 2020 virtual Annual Awards Celebration.


The Scientist magazine names Inscripta's Onyx™ Digital Genome Engineering Platform a top 10 innovation of 2020

Dec. 14, 2020

Their lead product, Onyx™ is based on tech exclusively licensed from CU Boulder.

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Lab Venture Challenge awards record-breaking $1.35 million to promising CU Boulder ventures

Nov. 25, 2020

This year's 12 LVC winners included LumenAstra, Endoculus, Gene-Lock, Think Bioscience, HeapSi, Vitro3D, Modern Shennong, OTORO Energy, TYNT, Blue Cubed, Minus Materials and Resonant Inclusions.