A new study of 22 burn areas across 710 square miles found that forests are not recovering from fires as well as they used to, and many regions will be unsuitable for ponderosa pine and Douglas fir in the coming decades.
Learn what we know about COVID-19 from some of CU Boulder's top researchers and operational experts, and how they're helping put science into practice for a safer return. Full recordings of the in-depth discussions from a recent webinar series are available.
In a recent CU Boulder Where You Are discussion, Lawrence Frey addressed how scholars can strive to make a difference—not just hope others will use their research to make a difference—in how we talk about social justice initiatives.
An encounter in May now called the "Central Park birdwatching incident" ignited a national conversation about whether Black people are welcome in natural areas. It's a discussion that hit home for Shaz Zamore.
See the announcement from NASA Every night on Mars, when the sun sets and temperatures fall to minus 80 degrees Fahrenheit and below, an eerie phenomenon spreads across much of the planet’s sky: a soft glow created by chemical reactions occurring tens of miles above the surface. An astronaut standing...
The Internet Research Agency, a troll-farm based in St. Petersburg, reached out to thousands of Twitter users in the lead up to the 2016 presidential election. Afterward, some may have changed their behavior online.