CU Boulder researcher Beverly Kingston discusses the recent uptick in school shootings, perpetrator indicators and behaviors, what we can do to stop such violence in schools and public spaces, and more.
Hillary Morgan, a conservator with the University Libraries is no stranger to repairing books damaged by any of the elements. In this video, Morgan will teach you how to save a book that’s suffered soot or smoke damage from a fire.
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.
Cheer on the Rockies as they take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. In addition to a seat at Coors Field, your ticket includes a collector’s T-shirt and a $2 donation to student scholarships. Before the game, join for a free pre-game reception at the alumni-owned Blake Street Tavern for appetizers, giveaways and more.
Finding one cancer-driving mutation in a tumor is like finding a needle in a stack of needles, but the use of public DNA databases could lead to more targeted cancer treatments. CU computer scientist Ryan Layer shares on The Conversation.
Conservative Christians have cheered restrictions on some birth control. But many decades ago, Christian leaders’ support helped contraceptives become acceptable in the first place. CU expert Samira Mehta shares on The Conversation.