CU Boulder is a partner in a new planning grant from the NSF for a five-year, $25M National Center for Wireless Spectrum Research enabling large-scale research into the electromagnetic spectrum that could define wireless innovation for the next generation.
“In the future, we want to be able to power your wearable electronics without having to include a battery,” said Jianliang Xiao, senior author of the new paper and an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CU Boulder.
From February 16-18, 2021, Venture Partners will host the biggest Destination Startup® yet, showcasing 25 startups from 10 different universities across six states in the Rocky Mountain region—not just Colorado—and drawing investors from around the world.
NSF's Navigating the New Arctic initiative works to improve understanding of Arctic change and its impacts through convergence research, a unique approach that merges ideas from different areas of expertise, including Indigenous knowledge.
Drawing on partnerships with NASA, the DOD and the aerospace industry, the College of Engineering and Applied Science recently launched a new research initiative focusing on hypersonic vehicles—and will launch a new hypersonics grad certificate this summer.
Helmut Müller-Sievers, a professor in the Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literature, will deliver a virtual lecture, “On Common Ground—Goethe, the Modern Novel, and the Diversity of Experience,” at 4 p.m. on March 10, 2021.
The report provides a window into the impactful work that our faculty, researchers and students are pursuing, such as: developing affordable, rapid-result COVID-19 tests; transforming how we explore our universe; and more.
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.
CU Boulder Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez has announced that Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and Director of the Office of Contracts and Grants Denitta Ward will retire effective June 30, 2021. A search process to identify a replacement within the CU system will commence in mid-February with the goal of filling the role by early summer, before Ward’s departure.
COSINC offers a platform for the convergence of multiple scientific and engineering disciplines. This Zoom-based Open House will include discussion on specific capabilities, the facility's new location on East Campus and future plans for expansion.