Danielle Hodge of the College of Media, Communication and Information will discuss what it means to love Blackness in a white supremacist and anti-Black society. Building on African American intellectual traditions, Hodge will re-envision the relationship between freedom and love in the struggle for liberation.
This month, a Pentagon task force will release a long-awaited report digging into a topic typically relegated to science fiction movies and tabloids: unidentified flying objects. Professor Carol Cleland talks about the report and why scientists should take weird and mysterious observations seriously.
A 53-year-old government-commissioned report on UFOs was collected at CU Boulder and resides in the University Libraries archives. Heather Bowden, head of Rare and Distinctive Collections, shares her insights.
New research shows pregnant women exposed to higher levels of air pollution have babies who grow unusually fast in the first months after birth, putting on excess fat that puts them at risk of obesity and related diseases later in life.
Widespread adoption of hydrogen-powered vehicles requires fuel cells that can convert hydrogen and oxygen safely into water—a serious implementation problem. Researchers at CU Boulder are addressing one aspect of that roadblock.
Satellites can already spot a new fire within minutes, but the information they beam back to Earth isn't getting to everyone who needs it or being used as well as it could be. Natasha Stavros, CU Earth Lab Analytics Hub director, shares on The Conversation.
Climate migrants don’t fit neatly into the legal definitions of refugee or migrant, and that can leave them in limbo. The Biden administration is debating how to identify and help them. Associate Professor Amanda Carrico and colleagues share on The Conversation.