Out of numerous suggestions, Alpine will be the name of CU's third-generation high performance computing infrastructure—representing the lofty goals of our hard-working research students, staff and faculty, as well as our beautiful mountain environment.
Aggressive deadlines, emails at 4 a.m. and a sense of fearlessness: How do you make sense of the behaviors of some entrepreneurs? Hosts Brad Werner and Jeff York discuss with Associate Professor Greg Fisher of Indiana University.
Whether it’s plankton exposed to parasites or people exposed to pathogens, a host’s initial immune response plays an integral role in determining whether infection occurs and to what degree it spreads within a population, new CU Boulder research suggests.
Natural disasters can be unpredictable, and when they occur, how we respond to support the community can make all the difference. Here are some things to consider if you want to volunteer after a natural disaster.