The organizations charged with overseeing U.S. Olympic sports from the elite level down to the youth level earned an average score of 58 out of 100 for self-governance in a new study published Tuesday.
CU recently hosted nearly 250 participants from the military, athletic, investment, scientific and entrepreneurial communities for a day-long exploration of where the limits of human performance lie and how to push those limits.
Thirty years after scientists suggested increased exposure to microorganisms could benefit health, CU Boulder researchers have identified an anti-inflammatory fat in a soil-dwelling bacterium that may be partly responsible.
CU Boulder researchers are taking a page from “The Magic School Bus” and journeying inside the human body using a new, versatile robot to navigate the squishy and often-unpredictable terrain of the intestine.
Is dirt nature’s original stress vaccine? CU Boulder research suggests people raised on farms or who played in the dirt may be more physically and emotionally resilient than those who grow up in cities or without access to soil.
If you were to die tomorrow, what would happen to your Facebook page? A CU Boulder researcher says it’s critical to make decisions about how friends and foes can engage with you once you’re no longer here.