As a small group gathered for a tree dedication ceremony on June 26, Chancellor Philip DiStefano described the defining qualities of Peggy Coppom and her late twin sister Betty Hoover as Forever Buffs for whom the trees are appropriate—symbolic of their dedication to CU Boulder.
A distinguished panel of former U.S. Supreme Court clerks and legal scholars will discuss the notable cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2020-21 term, as well as the impact of those decisions on practitioners. Learn more about this discussion.
Every year, the number of wildfires caused by humans spikes on Independence Day. There are safer ways to celebrate amid the heat and drought. Associate Professor Jennifer Balch and colleagues share on The Conversation.
Strength training for your breathing muscles? Daily High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training lowers blood pressure and improves vascular health as well as, or even more than, aerobic exercise or medication, new CU Boulder research shows.
CU Boulder researchers have discovered that minuscule, self-propelled particles called “nanoswimmers” can escape from mazes as much as 20 times faster than other passive particles, paving the way for their use in everything from industrial clean-ups to medication delivery.
Raytheon Intelligence & Space and CU Boulder announced this week the creation of the Raytheon Technologies Endowed Graduate Fellowship Fund to support top graduate students at the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.