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CU Boulder alumni continues work in biomedical imaging at Oxford

Nov. 2, 2018

Alec Thomas is hoping the research he conducted as a PhD student at CU Boulder will help him solve one of the big problems in the targeted delivery of therapeutics at his new position with the University of Oxford in England.

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New CU Boulder professor’s work applies machine learning to climate change

Oct. 22, 2018

New CU Boulder Computer Science Department Associate Professor Claire Monteleoni's climate informatics research uses artificial intelligence to shed light on climate change.

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Research funding increases 20 percent in the College of Engineering and Applied Science

Oct. 16, 2018

Research funding in the College of Engineering and Applied Science reached $105 million overall in fiscal year 2018. That is the highest total ever for the college.

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CU professor's paper featured on the cover of Proceedings Of The Royal Society A

Oct. 8, 2018

Associate professor Mahmoud Hussein's paper “Nonlinear Bloch waves and balance between hardening and softening dispersion” was featured on the cover of Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 474, 20180173, 2018.

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Paper on diffractive optics shows 3D holograms become reconfigurable by computer

Oct. 4, 2018

A paper by CU Boulder Professor Rafael Piestun and PhD candidate Haiyan Wang on diffractive optics was recently published in Optica, the most prestigious journal published by The Optical Society of America.

A new light control system in photonics

New approach could enable new lasers, faster fiber optic communications and imaging

May 31, 2018

A new light control system created at CU Boulder could increase the capacity for fiber optic technologies, enable thinner medical endoscopes and allow for stronger industrial lasers. Many current fiber optic technologies use single-mode fibers, which work better than multi-mode fibers over long distances. However, because they can only carry...

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$24 million NSF grant to establish imaging science center at CU Boulder

Sept. 26, 2016

CU Boulder will expand its role as a national leader in imaging, materials, nano, bio and energy sciences as part of a collaborative partnership awarded $24 million by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to launch a new center.

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A deep look inside living cells reveals a key cancer process

Aug. 11, 2016

Telomerase, a powerful enzyme that acts at the ends of human chromosomes, can keep us healthy, but it can also promote cancer growth. Now, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have used a process called single-molecule imaging to visualize the process that this enzyme uses to attach itself to...

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