Thanks to a CU Next grant, the Data Advocacy for All project will soon provide students with the opportunity to learn how to ethically and effectively use data to raise public awareness and drive social change, according to Laurie Gries, associate professor of writing, rhetoric and communication.
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.
With National Science Foundation support, a CU Boulder-led initiative aims to attract underrepresented people to geosciences and foster grassroots ideas at the frontier of “inclusive and collaborative science.”
Researchers from CU Anschutz and CU Boulder are developing an artificial intelligence tool to diagnose dementia at earlier stages in an effort to curb its progress and plan more effective treatment options.