University of Colorado professors and scholars served as co-authors on several sections of the urgent federal report released Friday afternoon that warns of the worsening effects of global warming.
 
It’s the time of year when, for many high school seniors, college becomes a major focus. They take (or retake) tests, redouble their commitment to extracurriculars, solicit recommendations, and conduct countless hours of research as they complete college...
 
BOULDER, CO -- Nearly two-thirds of Boulder County adults have a bachelor's degree, and the area's residents were granted 9,137 patents in 2015. That was enough to give Boulder a solid 4th place ranking on a list compiled by 24/7 Wall Street of...
 
When Joe Laurienti talks about his team designing a rocket engine in a rented attic in the early days of his aerospace company, it brings to mind stories about Silicon Valley’s high-tech companies that started as projects in somebody’s garage.
 
BOSTON — The latest crop of U.S. Rhodes scholars has more women than any other single class, and almost half of this year’s recipients of the prestigious scholarship to Oxford University in England are either immigrants or first-generation Americans, the...
 
A University of Colorado team has been chosen by the U.S. Geological Survey to host the North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center for the next five years as one of eight national hubs for the study of the changing needs of land and resource managers...
 
Colorado’s two largest universities each are moving forward with plans to replace outgoing presidents who came into their jobs a decade ago and led their respective research institutions through a crippling recession and into national prominence with...
 
ALAMOSA — Collaboration was a significant message during a meeting on Monday with University of Colorado regents and administrators, local health care leaders and state legislators.
 
A Colorado congressman is backing a bill that, if approved, would pause student loan payments for patients while they receive cancer treatments.
 
A sincere hope that the revised rules at CU Boulder will encourage civility and open exchange in the classroom.

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