Ricarose Roque works at a computer with young students.

Faculty in Focus: Engaging families through creative technologies

Sept. 15, 2017

Ricarose Roque's research explores how to design inclusive learning experiences that enable young people to create and express themselves with new technologies and media.

Max Armstrong performs prosthetic socket fitting

Students in Focus: Affordable prosthetic system could help amputees worldwide

Sept. 12, 2017

Prompted by an eighth grade robotics project, engineering undergraduate student Peter "Max" Armstrong has been working ever since to create an affordable socket for prosthetic limbs.

Student attends class via Kubi device

Innovation grant winners share updates; next round of funding on the horizon

Sept. 8, 2017

Ten winning teams recently shared campus innovation grant triumphs and challenges they've experienced thus far. The deadline for the next round of proposals is Sept. 15.

A member pitches to a crowd at a New Venture Challenge event.

Celebrating year No. 10, New Venture Challenge to kick off Sept. 20

Sept. 7, 2017

Perhaps you've dreamed up an inventive solution to a problem, or are just curious about teaming up on a project in the making. Students, faculty and staff are invited to this season's NVC opener.

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper

Researchers honored with governor's awards for high-impact research

Sept. 1, 2017

Two CU Boulder projects are being recognized with governor's awards celebrating the groundbreaking work of scientists and engineers from the state's federal labs.

Aerial image of the Jennie Caruthers Biotechnology Building on the CU-Boulder campus.

State accelerator program fosters CU Boulder spin-off companies

July 18, 2017

Colorado's Advanced Industry Accelerator continues to foster CU Boulder spin-off companies, awarding the campus $2.5 million in awards over the past three years.

Students participate in group exercise

Entrepreneurially minded students sought for Innovation Action Team

July 18, 2017

The CU Boulder Innovation Action Team is seeking entrepreneurially minded students from all majors to be part of a founding team of students to lead innovative efforts on campus.

Student Nicolaus Wolfrum

Student finds success with online auto parts business

July 5, 2017

Nicolaus Wolfrum, seeking work that allows him to focus on his studies and prepare for the future as a mechanical engineer, opened his own eBay store to sell used and re-manufactured automotive inventory.

Aerospace master's student Ben Fried with the other winners

Student team wins satellite launch slot on NASA's newest rocket

June 16, 2017

A CU Boulder student satellite team has won a free ride to space as one of three national winners in NASA's Cube Quest Challenge small satellite competition.


Catalyze CU announces summer 2017 participants

May 30, 2017

The amazing Specdrums rings are just one of eight innovative companies selected to participate in the university's eight-week startup accelerator program, driving the "most promising ideas and technologies" on campus.