With her seemingly inexhaustible reservoir of ideas, Michelle Ellsworth leaps over creative boundaries as a dancer and choreographer, mixing technology, theater and even some woodworking into her multifaceted dances.
This technology is being developed by CU Boulder Associate Professor Jianliang Xiao of the Department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with Professor Wei Zhang of the Department of Chemistry. Their completely recyclable, self-healing e-skin may one day lead to improvements in human health, robotics, prosthetics and beyond.
A new drug therapy for cancer treatment, spun out of research performed in a CU Boulder biochemistry lab, may provide better results for patients with solid cancers and hematologic cancers, such as leukemia and lymphoma.
Erick Mueller, executive director of the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship, has been touring the state to teach rural communities about entrepreneurship, hoping to help invigorate areas that have seen a decline in major industries.
The inaugural Research-to-Market (R2M) program—hosted by Venture Partners at CU Boulder—guided researchers-turned-startup founders through the iterative process of finding a product-market fit and refining a value proposition for their respective technologies.
Students in the Design for America organization at CU Boulder are working on a wide range of projects with community partners. They use the design process to collaborate with local entities (often non-profit organizations) to create solutions to their challenges.
This week, six student teams began an intense summer season as part of CU Boulder’s Catalyze CU startup accelerator—and for the second consecutive year, at least half of the full-time participants are women.
Business and engineering leaders, donors, students and corporate partners Wednesday celebrated the official groundbreaking of a new $45 million addition that will physically connect the Leeds School of Business and the College of Engineering and Applied Science complex.