The National Science Foundation has granted CU Boulder $3 million to develop a new center that will bring together social scientists, natural scientists and engineers to conduct rapid-response research of natural hazards.
A recent celebratory week spotlighted some of the university's most compelling research and innovations. From the sidewalk chalk symposium to color-changing tattoo technology, see the week in video and photos.
Laura Devendorf is diving into the field of smart textiles, fabrics that look and feel like wool and cotton but exhibit dynamic properties, envisioning a relationship with technology that's slower and more thoughtful.
In the give-back spirit of the entrepreneurship community, provide your insight, moral support and more to CU Boulder students, faculty and staff pursuing startups. Join the Entrepreneurial Mentor Network.