As Congress determines the funding levels for the federal science agencies for fiscal years 2017 and 2018, a new report highlights 102 spin-off companies – three from the University of Colorado Boulder – that demonstrate how investments in basic scientific research benefit the overall economy.
Both Housing & Dining Services and Facilities Management are incorporating into their weed-management practices machinery that uses saturated steam to control weeds in landscape beds and natural areas.
The Innovative Seed Grant Program has announced more than $1.1 million in seed funding through 23 grants, one of which will use research on the apple trees and orchards that once covered Boulder as a model for green urban planning.
On April 21, New Student & Family Programs presented the annual Marinus Smith Award to select faculty members, advisors and staff who made a significant, positive impact on the lives of CU Boulder students and their families.
Scheduling meetings via Outlook and Office 365 just got a little bit easier: It's now possible to share your calendar with colleagues on different CU campuses and other external partners so they can see your free/busy status.
The Center for STEM Learning is accepting proposals for the Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in STEM Education, established to support innovative research on student learning and implementation of STEM education initiatives.
CU Boulder is inviting public input on a flood-mitigation project that would include removing a pair of bridges over Boulder Creek and replacing them with a new one, connecting Lot 169 with the Buff Walk pedestrian thoroughfare along Folsom Field.