A new building in downtown Colorado Springs integrates UCCS with the city and community.
 
In the second record-breaking year in a row, CU received more than $1 billion in research funding.
 
The biosciences facility opened in 2000, has about 70 companies with 750 employees and $800 million in grants.
 
CU Anschutz announced a $120 million gift that will help them recruit more physicians and scientists.
 
The National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) awarded CU Anschutz $8 million towards expanding research.
 
This $42 million complex is dedicated to the well-being of students as a downtown sanctuary.
 
The new recreation facility includes a swimming pool, climbing wall, workout areas and more.
 
UCCS Downtown will launch Sept. 1 in the heart of Colorado Springs.
 
CU System ranks No.52 in the world among universities granted 2017 utility patents.
 
David Wagner and his team at CU School of medicine have developed a drug to help with Type 1 diabetes.

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