Every year, consumers in the United States produce millions of tons of plastic waste, and most of it winds up in landfills. New research from chemists at CU Boulder takes a first step toward making all that trash vanish.
CU Boulder expert Christophe Spaenjers answers Theo, age 8, In this Curious Kids installment of The Conversation, explaining why certain collectibles can become valuable as well as how they can lose worth. Read more.
An agreement between the Wagner mercenary group and the Russian government averts a civil war for now, but the future is less clear, according to CU Boulder Russia expert and political science professor.
After the week-long Polar Postdoc Leadership Workshop, led by the Polar Science Early Career Community Office, participants not only grew their skills and knowledge—they bonded over a shared vision to make the polar sciences more inclusive and welcoming and identified how they can support and lead their vision.
Professor of Law Scott Skinner-Thompson, who focuses on LGBTQ+ and HIV legal issues, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling involving the 303 Creative company, and legal implications for LGBTQ+ rights.
Kevin Welner, a lawyer and professor of education at CU Boulder, explained that individual college applicants can still mention how their race or ethnicity has shaped their lives in essays and interviews.
With the Fourth of July approaching and a thick green carpet of fuel covering much of the West after a rainy spring, CU Boulder fire ecologist Jennifer Balch is calling on people to do their part to prevent the next megafire.
An international collaboration, including researchers from CU Boulder, has for the first time uncovered compelling evidence of what scientists call the "gravitational wave background"—enormous undulations in the fabric of space and time.