CU’s is the first university police department in Colorado to contribute data to the ODMAP project, designed to help public safety and public health agencies detect areas of dangerous drug activity and save lives.
Millions of people don’t think twice when turning on the tap, but Indigenous activist and Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit panelist Tia Kennedy never takes a glass of water for granted. As a member of both the Oneida Nation of the Thames and Walpole Island First Nation, her connection to water is ancient. Learn more about Kennedy and how to get involved in the summit.
Only about one-third of eighth and ninth graders involved with the child welfare system in Colorado have received information on birth control, and fewer than half know how to access it, according to new research.
In two years, a dust analyzer designed and built at CU Boulder will launch aboard NASA’s Europa Clipper spacecraft, aiding in its mission to determine if Jupiter's icy moon Europa has conditions that could support life.