Pack a laptop, a change of clothes and some creativity, and head to the ATLAS Institute's third annual T9Hacks. An event geared for women, it aims to attract newcomers to computer programming with a fun, lively and accessible hackathon.
Humans have already been to the moon, but two engineering undergraduates have their eyes set on helping humans explore the entire solar system with the aid of robotic partners.
Save the date: CU Boulder Conservative Scholar Tour
Registration is coming soon for the Feb. 12 CU Boulder Conservative Scholar Tour featuring the 2017–18 Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy Robert G. Kaufman, a political scientist specializing in American foreign policy. He is the fifth person to hold the position.
Just before 4 a.m. Wednesday, the moon will appear unusually bright and large above the western horizon before shifting from gold to red to inky gray-black as it passes into the Earth’s shadow. CU Boulder expert Paul Hayne offers four tips for those eyeing the event from Colorado.