Boulder Summer School on Ultrasound Contrast Agents

Mark Borden hosts Boulder Summer School on Ultrasound Contrast Agents

Associate Professors Mark Borden hosted a summer school program for faculty from around the world on microbubbles this week in the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory on campus. CU Boulder Instructors included Todd Murray and Andrew Goodwin. Read more
cooling wood

CU Boulder and University of Maryland create cooling wood, an eco-friendly building material

What if the wood used to build your house could decrease your electricity bill? In the race to save energy, Xiaobo Yin at CU Boulder and researchers at the University of Maryland have harnessed nature’s nanotechnology to uncover a way for buildings to dump heat. Read more
imaging system designed at cu boulder

CU Boulder gets new state-of-the-art imaging system allowing them to see materials in 4D

A new machine at CU Boulder will allow researchers, including Assistant Professor Virginia Ferguson to see materials in 4D. The ZEISS Xradia 520 Versa is an X-ray microtomography imaging system — essentially an X-ray microscope. Read more

Hands-on learning, advanced research, and an entrepreneurial spirit are defining the next generation of engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder. Students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering learn from a vibrant faculty conducting diverse research in consumer products, robotics, thermodynamics, energy, and the environment. We’re home to nearly 1,200 students in undergraduate, graduate, and PhD programs.

We offer world-class facilities and an unrivaled spirit for business and industry. CU Boulder is ranked the #18th most entrepreneurial university in the nation by Forbes Magazine (2015). We also have strong connections to multiple national laboratories located here in Boulder, providing real-world research opportunities for students.