A group of 39 researchers from 14 countries say that we need to change how we regulate the air we breathe inside buildings, like we do the food we eat and the water we drink, in order to reduce disease transmission and prevent the next pandemic.
A group of 39 researchers from 14 countries say that we need to change how we regulate the air we breathe inside buildings, like we do the food we eat and the water we drink, in order to reduce disease transmission and prevent the next pandemic. Read more
Scientists' recent discovery with double helical covalent polymers—which are spiraling collections of nature’s building blocks—represent a huge advancement in a critical and understudied field. Read more
In this Q&A, aerospace engineer Hanspeter Schaub says that the odds of people getting hit by debris falling from space are astronomically low. But collisions in orbit around Earth could still pose a threat to satellites and astronauts. Read more
The Pac-12 Conference on Thursday named sports business executive George Kliavkoff as the league’s new commissioner. The Pac-12 presidents and chancellors voted unanimously to support the hiring of Kliavkoff, who starts in the role July 1. Read more
Each year, the student-employee of the year luncheon recognizes the impact the several thousand CU Boulder student-employees have on campus. Senior Hunter Sherraden was honored as this year's student-employee of the year. Read more
A campus search committee has identified three candidates for the new senior vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion position. Plan to attend virtual open sessions for students, faculty and staff to meet each finalist May 17–June 3. Read more