Brain Scans

CU research team moves one step closer to printing models of life-like 3D organs

Jan. 26, 2023

Professor Robert MacCurdy and a team of researchers have developed a new strategy for transforming medical images, such as CT or MRI scans, into incredibly detailed 3D models on the computer. The researchers describe their results in the cover story for the journal 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.

Massimo

Provost names Professor Ruzzene as finalist for top research, innovation position

Jan. 23, 2023

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced the finalists for the position of vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes. He also invited the campus community to participate in forums designed for students, faculty and staff to get to know the finalists and ask them questions.

Shelly Miller

Miller honored by CU Engineering for air quality research

Jan. 20, 2023

Shelly Miller has received the 2022 Faculty Research Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The honor, which is bestowed annually, recognizes achievements by a faculty member who has made outstanding contributions to the advancement of knowledge through research activities.

Stove

Professor Shelly Miller helps explain the gas stove regulation uproar

Jan. 16, 2023

When the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced in mid-December it would consider its first-ever health regulations on gas stoves, it was the start of what will be a very long journey to any kind of restrictions. Professor Shelly Miller weighs in.

Eyes

Not-so-private eyes: Eye movements hold clues to how we make decisions

Dec. 19, 2022

New research suggests that eyes may really be the window to the soul—or, at least, how humans dart their eyes may reveal valuable information about how they make decisions.

LongPath

LongPath lands $22M for laser methane sensing expansion

Dec. 19, 2022

Spun out of co-founder Greg Rieker’s laboratory in 2017, LongPath Technologies, a startup that has been developing laser-based equipment for methane gas sensing, has closed an investment round worth $22 million.

UV

Germicidal UV lamps: a trade-off between disinfection and air quality, study coauthored by Shelly Miller finds

Dec. 12, 2022

Alessandro Roncone

Interdisciplinary team receives $1.8 million for audacious robot-building project

Dec. 2, 2022

A team of researchers at CU Boulder was recently awarded $1.8 million by the National Science Foundation for a project titled "Human-Robot Collaboration for the Future of Organic Synthesis." Led by Carson Bruns, assistant professor of mechanical engineering with the ATLAS Institute, the project aims to shift some of the most time-consuming tasks done in laboratory work to robots by developing new, open-source robot software and innovative hardware designs.

White House Summit Panel

Professor Shelly Miller joins White House summit on indoor air quality

Nov. 1, 2022

The challenges of wildfires, industrial pollution and vehicle emissions have centered the issue of outdoor air quality in the public consciousness. With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and the realization that the pathogen primarily transmits indoors, there has been growing awareness of the importance of indoor air quality, as...

ASEE Conference 2022

CU Engineering researchers win Best Paper at the ASEE Annual Conference 2022

Oct. 31, 2022

Last summer, over 3,500 leaders from more than 500 university and college engineering schools attended the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition. Rebecca "Becky" Komarek and her co-authors, Angela Bielefeldt and Daniel Knight won Best Paper LEAD Division and the Best Overall Professional Interest Council (PIC) paper award across a group of divisions.

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