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CU-NREL energy institute launches study of plug-in hybrid vehicles

The University of Colorado at Boulder's Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) – a joint venture with the U.S. Department of Energy's National...
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New research sheds light on why our brains get tripped up when we're anxious

A new University of Colorado at Boulder study sheds light on the brain mechanisms that allow us to make choices – and ultimately could be helpful in improving...
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Postdoc Appreciation Week celebrates vital community

The second annual National Postdoc Appreciation Week begins Monday, Sept. 20, and wraps with National Postdoc Appreciation Day on Friday, Sept. 24. To...
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Five questions for Amy Palmer

Assistant Professor Amy Palmer and graduate student Jose Miranda at work in Palmer's lab. One of Amy Palmer's life goals is to encourage everyone around her to...
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Series of three Supplier Showcases begins Thursday

Denver event to be followed by Boulder, Colorado Springs Representatives from various campus departments also will be on hand to discuss a variety of topics,...
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What happens when a star explodes? Take a look

Image courtesy NASA A team of astronomers led by the University of Colorado at Boulder are charting the interactions between Supernova 1987A and a glowing gas...
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CU-Boulder law school dean to step down next year

Photo: Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado David Getches, dean of the Law School at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has announced that he intends to...
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Faculty Council begins year with eye on big picture

The University of Colorado Faculty Council's first meeting of the academic year featured members in new roles setting the table for big-picture issues that...
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Grants available for retired CU faculty

The University of Colorado Retired Faculty Association (CURFA) is accepting applications for five $500 grants to aid in new and continuing research projects...
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New study: Some asteroids live in own 'little worlds'

Image courtesy JPL/NASA A new study indicates that some binary asteroids, like the pair depicted in orbit around each other in this visualization, have the...
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CU-Boulder to study restructuring of journalism program

An exploratory committee will study how the University of Colorado at Boulder can improve the way it educates communicators amid industry shifts that have...
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UIS works to smooth out kinks in new student information system

Students and faculty members who logged onto the university's new student information system between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 23, encountered slowdowns...
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Five Questions for Mary Dando

Mary Dando's first foray into international travel came at a young age. Since then, it's been her passion and her avocation. She first began working in the...
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CU-Boulder to partner in FAA commercial space transportation center

David Klaus A team of eight institutions that includes the University of Colorado at Boulder has been selected by the Federal Aviation Administration to...
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Telescope project selected as top priority for construction

Image courtesy CCAT Artist's rendition of the 25-meter CCAT telescope planned to be built high in Chile's Atacama Desert to view the formation of galaxies,...
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First day of classes on all campuses marks latest step for student info system

A new information system that integrates essential student services on a single electronic platform will undergo a major test Monday, Aug. 23, when thousands...
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CU campuses, programs ranked in magazine's 2011 'Best Colleges' issue

University of Colorado campuses and undergraduate programs remain well-regarded at the regional and national levels among public and private universities,...
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Five Questions for Katja Friedrich

May and June are a most perfect and tumultuous time of year for Katja Friedrich. That's when blue skies turn black, swirling clouds become furious funnels and...
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Buffalo Bicycle Classic helps bright stars among students

Shervin Rahimpour, while a biochem undergraduate at work on a laser table. Shervin Rahimpour's family, members of the Baha'i faith, fled religious persecution...
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Regents OK tenure for 10

At its Aug. 11 meeting, the Board of Regents approved awards of tenure and appointments with tenure for 10 faculty members throughout the system: University of...
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Dining hall anchors new Center for Community

Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado The new Center for Community building at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Photo by Casey A. Cass/University...
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Single tickets available for CU Presents events

Single tickets for all CU Presents Artist Series concerts and CU Opera performances are now on sale. Click here for information on single-ticket discounts for...
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Units within Office of the President coming together next year

The Boulder-based offices of University Information Systems (UIS) and Payroll...
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ARRA boost helps CU scientists secure $847 million in research funding

University of Colorado faculty researchers on four campuses secured more than $847 million in sponsored research funding in fiscal year 2009-10 to advance...
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Supplier showcases set up shop in September

The Procurement Services Center's fifth annual Supplier Showcase series on the University of Colorado campuses gives faculty and staff chances to meet with...

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