Ahead of the historic space mission, crew members joined CU Boulder researchers Allie Anderson and Torin Clark to talk about how the eye changes in space, experiencing "space motion sickness" and more.
NASA’s Orion spacecraft blasted off this morning from Florida in the first stage of its 25-day journey to circle the moon and return to Earth. Two CU Boulder scientists talk about what lies in store for the space agency’s ambitious Artemis Program.
With the midterm elections right around the corner, Michaele Ferguson discusses Roe v. Wade, the role gender plays in politics today, how a Republican strategy may or may not work in the purple state of Colorado and more.
When Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit panelist and activist Hilda Flavia Nakabuye was growing up in Uganda, her family owned a small plantation. Long periods of climate change-fueled drought, interrupted by fierce storms, destroyed most of her family’s chief source of food and income. Learn more about Flavia Nakabuye and the summit.
A newly discovered material structured like a honeycomb can transform from an electrical insulator, like rubber, into an electrical conductor, like metal, in a matter of seconds. Now, researchers at CU Boulder think they can explain why.