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CU Boulder at AGU 2023: From Earth to space

Dec. 7, 2023

At this year's meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), CU Boulder researchers will share results on everything from Earth's crusts and oceans to planets hundreds of light-years away.

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CU Boulder at COP28: Addressing climate change through innovation

Beginning Nov. 30, world leaders and climate experts will gather in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference to address the climate crisis and help vulnerable communities adapt. Learn more about CU Boulder's expertise and involvement.


Israel-Hamas war: Campus resources, insights and more

As war continues after the Oct. 7, 2023, attack by Hamas, those wanting to learn more and access resources through CU Boulder are encouraged to explore the campus’s ongoing coverage and services.

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Gun violence and public health

As gun violence across the nation seemingly surpasses records year after year, CU researchers continuously study and offer insights on the prevention of gun violence, public health impacts, media coverage of mass shootings, warning signs of those who are struggling, resources and more. Learn more from our ongoing collection on these topics.

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Colorado's quantum revolution turning state into new Silicon Valley

June 28, 2022

Quantum technologies, or tools inspired by a weird and wild branch of physics, are now becoming a reality—and they may soon transform your life.

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Wildfires, heat, drought: What you need to know

June 24, 2022

As temperatures rise again, CU Boulder researchers offer insight into everything from how a changing climate will impact water supplies, crops and landscapes to how best to protect our homes and health from fire and smoke.

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Experts weigh in on abortion and Supreme Court

Researchers share their views on the potential implications of overturning Roe v. Wade, how various religions approach abortion and more.

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Resources and research on Ukraine war

As the war in Ukraine continues, our university community has voiced increasing concern regarding the Russian attack. Please find more on the university’s actions and resources.

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How the CU community tackled COVID-19 on campus and beyond

Feb. 16, 2022

CU Boulder's researchers reflect on an unprecedented year for research amid a devastating pandemic.

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Buffs at the Beijing Olympics

Follow along as several athletes with CU ties carry the torch of the university's proud history at the Olympic Games. Alpine skiers Kyle Taulman and Spencer Wood will compete in the Paralympic games March 4–13.