Mary Robinson, one of the world’s most respected advocates for climate justice and the former president of Ireland, will visit campus in December to present a keynote speech at the inaugural Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit.
The fossil skull of a Triceratops has sat on display on campus since 1981. Now, the specimen is heading back to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, where paleontologists will continue to study it to answer new questions about this fan-favorite dinosaur species.
A signature event for the campus community and beyond that culminates at CU Boulder's Folsom Field, the BolderBoulder race will return this Memorial Day after a two-year absence. Register and plan to attend this fun event for all.
Join Patty Limerick, of the Center of the American West and past Thompson Prize winner, and local author Jenny Shank for a lively discussion about how Shank’s writing career harmonizes with the mission of the center. “Mixed Company” has been named a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.
Despite the halt to the federal mask mandate for mass transit, people may still choose to protect themselves. For those who do, the type of mask and how well it fits matter. CU experts Sara Sawyer, Arturo Barbachano-Guerrero and Cody Warren share on The Conversation.
CU Boulder will lead a five-year, $10 million National Science Foundation-funded initiative to reimagine cyberinfrastructure user support services and delivery to keep pace with the evolving needs of academic scientific researchers.
City of Boulder staff engineers say they’re close to completing the 30% design phase of the South Boulder Creek Flood Mitigation Project, a milestone that will enable the city to begin the permitting process with a number of local, state and federal agencies.
Dan Larremore has won the Alan T. Waterman Award for his instrumental research on COVID-19 vaccine distribution and rapid testing. The prestigious award is the National Science Foundation’s highest honor for early-career scientists.