Police tape

Murder rates highest in countries that lack due process

July 16, 2018

Governments that do the best job protecting the rights of the accused have the lowest murder rates, while those that neglect due process have the highest rates.

Robert Peterson

Microscopic trampoline may help create networks of quantum computers

July 16, 2018

A microscopic trampoline could help engineers to overcome a major hurdle for quantum computers, researchers report.

Sarah Kurnick meets with locals

Beyond Boulder: CU professor and students study ancient Maya ruins

July 16, 2018

Sarah Kurnick and students are working on a community archaeology project at Punta Laguna, a site of significant cultural importance to the contemporary Maya people who live there.

Arctic plane

A bird's-eye view of the Arctic

July 7, 2018

A CIRES and NOAA team has developed unmanned aircraft systems to collect weather data in the Arctic.

Stock graph on computer

Business confidence drops in Colorado, though remains positive

July 2, 2018

The Leeds School index remains in positive territory, but optimism slipped for the national economy, industry sales, industry profits, industry hiring and capital expenditures.

political agreement climate

Dems, GOP agree more than they think on climate change

July 2, 2018

A majority of Republicans, independents and Democrats said they believed in human-caused climate change and the utility of reducing greenhouse gases.

SpaceX Dragon

Latest BioServe space experiments will study cancer, renewable energy

June 28, 2018

Two experiment payloads designed and built at CU Boulder are scheduled to blast off for the International Space Station in the early hours of June 29.

Enceladus plums

Complex organics bubble from Enceladus' depths

June 27, 2018

An international team, including CU Boulder researchers, discovered key building blocks for life in icy plumes ejected from Saturn's moon Enceladus.

Cosmic web simulation

Researchers find last of universe's missing ordinary matter

June 20, 2018

CU Boulder scientists are part of an international team that may have answered a long-running mystery called the "missing baryon problem."

Antarctica

The coldest place on Earth just got colder

June 19, 2018

Tiny valleys near the top of Antarctica’s ice sheet reach temperatures of nearly minus 100 degrees Celsius, according to new research from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.

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