In order to research establishing brain connections, an $800,000 grant has been awarded to the Center for NeuroScience at CU Anschutz.
A recent study has just found that 17 percent of the Front Range's ozone problem is from oil and gas emissions.
For nearly 30 years, CU Boulder faculty and students have helped accelerate life science research not only on Earth, but in space.
Thanks to the help of University of Colorado students, Lockheed Martin's nanosatellite SkyFire will now ride up to the moon with Orion.
The CU Cancer Center has just enrolled it's 500th patient into the ORIEN project, leading to greater information towards cancer research.
Huntington Potter, a professor at CU Anschutz Medical Campus, has been awarded $1 million towards Alzheimer's research.
According to U.S. News & World Report, the University of Colorado Hospital ranks as one of the top 20 hospitals in America.
The NASA spacecraft Juno has successfully entered into Jupiter's orbit on the Fourth of July with the help of CU Boulder scientists and students.
The Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service, or CHORDS, will now be housed at CU Anschutz Medical Campus to help analyze public health in Denver area.
The Colorado-based Juno spacecraft, with the help of CU Boulder reaserchers, will help answer questions about Jupiter as it arrives.