From the Chancellor: Shifting temporarily to remote instruction—minimum 2 weeks

From the Chancellor: Shifting temporarily to remote instruction—minimum 2 weeks

Sept. 21, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano has announced the change to our instructional mode to all remote, effective with the start of classes on Sept. 23. This change to remote instruction is our best effort to keep our students and our community safe and bring down the rate of infection during the voluntary self-quarantine. On-campus research will continue and is not affected by this shift to remote instruction, and staff will continue to work on campus as currently assigned.

Where no spacecraft has gone before: A close encounter with binary asteroids

Where no spacecraft has gone before: A close encounter with binary asteroids

Sept. 15, 2020

CU Boulder and Lockheed Martin will lead a new space mission to capture the first-ever closeup look at a mysterious class of solar system objects: binary asteroids. These bodies are pairs of asteroids that orbit around each other in space, much like the Earth and moon.

Costs of oil and gas setbacks minimal but increase beyond 1,500 feet

Costs of oil and gas setbacks minimal but increase beyond 1,500 feet

Sept. 15, 2020

Requiring 1,500 feet between oil and gas operations and buildings or waterways would have minimal impacts on oil and gas availability according to a new study from CU Boulder and Colorado School of Mines, published in an upcoming edition of Energy Policy.

New $20 million center to bring artificial intelligence into the classroom

New $20 million center to bring artificial intelligence into the classroom

Sept. 15, 2020

Take a seat in the classroom of tomorrow—where intelligent computers work side-by-side with groups of students to support their engagement in meaningful and productive learning experiences designed by their teachers. That’s the vision of a new $20M research collaboration that will be led by CU Boulder.

CIRES scientists awarded $5.3M for space weather research

CIRES scientists awarded $5.3M for space weather research

Sept. 15, 2020

NASA and the National Science Foundation have awarded two CU Boulder space weather scientists more than $5M to lay the groundwork for faster and more robust space weather forecasts. Both projects are led by CIRES scientists working with the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center.

Join us for the virtual Innovation & Entrepreneurship Campus Kickoff on Wednesday, Sept. 23

Join us for the virtual Innovation & Entrepreneurship Campus Kickoff on Wednesday, Sept. 23

Sept. 15, 2020

Explore the campus innovation ecosystem and entrepreneurial resources at this year's kickoff. Hear from inspiring CU Boulder student and alumni entrepreneurs like Chris White, Founder/CEO of the outrageous clothing company Shinesty, and Sandi Mays, Founder/EVP of Zayo Group.

CU Boulder partners with OSU to launch the Pervasive Personalized Intelligence Center

CU Boulder Pervasive Personalized Intelligence Center hosting virtual launch events

Sept. 15, 2020

The industry-focused research center supports the next big growth in Internet of Things systems that pushes Pervasive Personalized Intelligence to the edge of the network, where latency is critical, and mobility, privacy and context awareness are essential qualities. Explore events from Sept. 17—Oct. 14.

JILA’s Jun Ye named to National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee

JILA’s Jun Ye named to National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee

Sept. 9, 2020

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the U.S. Department of Energy have announced that JILA and CU Boulder’s Jun Ye will be one of the members of the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee (NQIAC).

Engineers helped lay foundation for campus quantum research efforts, new center

Engineers helped lay foundation for campus quantum research efforts, new center

Sept. 4, 2020

A new $25 million center to advance quantum science funded by the National Science on CU Boulder’s campus and at 11 other organizations around the U.S. and abroad has deep roots in CU Engineering’s interdisciplinary research efforts.

Three new research themes push boundaries of work in College of Engineering and Applied Science

Three new research themes push boundaries of work in College of Engineering and Applied Science

Sept. 2, 2020

Interim Dean Keith Molenaar said all three new themes – Hypersonic Vehicles, Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity, and Engineering Education and AI-Augmented Learning – will explore vitally important work and help advance the college’s long-term research vision.

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