Pilot Dan Hesseliusl with drone aircraft

'Project Drought' taps drones to measure water moisture at Colorado farm

July 28, 2017

CU Boulder engineers, scientists and students are teaming up with Black Swift Technologies to use unmanned aircraft to measure water moisture at a test irrigation farm in Yuma, Colorado.Read more »
hiroshima mushroom cloud

Researchers to study environmental, human impacts of nuclear war

July 18, 2017

Scientists and students from CU Boulder and Rutgers are calculating the environmental and human impacts of a potential nuclear war using the most sophisticated scientific tools available.Read more »

TIP SHEET: CU Boulder planetary scientist can talk about Juno mission, flyby over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

July 10, 2017

Professor Fran Bagenal of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) can talk about tonight’s flyby of NASA’s Juno spacecraft over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.Read more »
MAVEN spacecraft near Mars

MAVEN's top 10 discoveries about Mars at 1,000 days

June 16, 2017

Measurements over the first 1,000 days of the MAVEN mission are providing insight into how the sun stripped Mars of most of its atmosphere, turning a planet once possibly habitable to microbial life into a barren desert world.Read more »
Senior woman exercising in group class

Healthy Aging Project ramps up efforts

June 8, 2017

A CU Boulder project is ramping up efforts to provide the public with the latest information on healthy aging, including scientific evidence on what to do and eat for better health.Read more »
Galaxy cluster

CU Boulder researchers explain mystery of 'banging' galaxy clusters

June 6, 2017

Two galaxy clusters in the process of merging created a layer of surprisingly hot gas between them that CU Boulder astronomers believe is from turbulence caused by banging into each other at supersonic speeds.Read more »
Tethered balloon kite above the trees in Portugal

Global wind-mapping project commences in Portugal

June 1, 2017

An international team that includes CU Boulder researchers has begun the world's largest wind-mapping project in Portugal, in hopes of better understanding wind behavior across the globe.Read more »
dragon spacecraft

SpaceX launches CU-built heart, bone health experiments to space station

May 31, 2017

A SpaceX rocket launched two CU Boulder-built payloads to the International Space Station (ISS) from Florida, delivering equipment to look at changes in cardiovascular stem cells in microgravity and study a new bone-building drug.Read more »
Sabrina Spencer

Some mother cells kick DNA damage 'down the road' to offspring

May 16, 2017

A new study shows for the first time that some human cells with DNA damage are passed to offspring cells without repairing them, essentially kicking the can down the road. The study has implications for both cancer and aging.Read more »
A passenger jet aloft

Frequent flyers beware: Radiation risk may be on the rise

May 9, 2017

A heads-up for commercial air crews and other frequent fliers: The risk of exposure to radiation particles screaming Earthward from space may increase a bit in the next few years as the activity of our sun decreases, says a CU Boulder professor.Read more »

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