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Arrests for drugs, alcohol continue to go down at CU-Boulder

The number of arrests for liquor law violations dropped 46 percent between 2013 and 2014, with the number of arrests for drug law violations declining 52 percent. Those statistics appear in the...

Daily Camera

Boulder Takes Rare Step Into Conservative Orbit With G.O.P. Debate

 In this mountainside city of yoga studios, tech start-ups, and Buddhist-inflected cafes and bookstores, people are likelier to spot a wandering black bear than an elected Republican....

The New York Times

Islands around Anschutz in Aurora begin filling in

When the University of Colorado Denver first moved to Aurora in 2007, city officials anticipated that the surrounding north Aurora neighborhood, one dotted with scads of dingy hotels and motels,...

Aurora Sentinel

Denver Post TV: CU Museum of Natural History unveils ancient tools

CU Museum of Natural History unveiled ancient stone tools and host free activities on Oct. 10 to celebrate “Unearthed: Ancient Life in the Boulder Valley” exhibit. The event show a set of more...

Denver Post

CU-Boulder student loan default rate drops to 2.7 percent

In line with a trend at colleges and universities across the country, the University of Colorado's student loan default rate dropped to 2.7 percent for the group of students who began loan...

Daily Camera

Anschutz campus signs on for BC Platforms

“Our goal is to become leaders in the application of genomics research to transform the way we make decisions in the clinic and in our research,” said Kathleen Barnes with the School of Medicine....

Aurora Sentinel

Compare: Top 100 Innovative Universities 2015

University of Colorado system ranks 28th. ...


University of Colorado Hospital ranked among nation's best academic hospitals

University of Colorado Hospital is one of the top academic hospitals in the United States, the University HealthSystem Consortium said in its latest annual ranking....

Denver Business Journal

CU-Boulder to develop drones for severe-storm research

The University of Colorado-Boulder will develop drones that will allow researchers to observe and better understand the behavior of severe storms. CU-Boulder is the lead institution on a $1.9-...

9 News

Deal with UCHealth a win for Memorial

Memorial Hospital is a place I hold dear to my heart. My parents were both patients here - and I am among the untold people who associate the hospital with the most personal of moments.

The Gazette

It’s sci-fi, but the new movie 'The Martian’ has a lot of real science in it

Growing plants on Mars is feasible, says astrobiologist Thomas McCollom of the University of Colorado at Boulder. “You’d probably have to do some work on your soil first,” he says, to remove or...

The Washington Post

Fountain cemetery tour provides glimpse into the lives of veterans buried there

The annual tour of the grounds was started after the cemetery was vandalized in 2012, about a month after UCCS senior instructor Barbara Headle took students there to map and examine it during the...

The Gazette

CU Denver Students Designing ‘Hyperloop’ Pod That Will Travel Faster Than A Bullet Train

“This thing is going to be like a bullet train but even faster,” University of Colorado Denver senior engineering student Ben Cooper said....

CBS4 Denver

"Artificial" pancreas may give diabetic children new hope

Doctors and researchers at CU Anschutz’s Barbara Davis Center are testing a new treatment that could change the lives of millions of children and adults living with diabetes. The concept is known...

7 News

CU’s New Venture Challenge putting out ‘quality businesses’

Revolar’s rise is the latest proof that CU’s New Venture Challenge is doing far more than merely providing a novel learning experience for students interested in entrepreneurship. “We’re really...

Biz West

CU Denver tech turns waste into buildings

CU Denver professor of architecture Julee Herdt is the creator of a patented, non-petroleum product that uses everyday waste to build walls, roofs and floors.

Denver Business Journal

Officials: U.S. Olympic agreement with Colorado Springs has been good for both sides

Fred Crowley, an economist with the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, said if the USOC had left, national governing bodies based here may have followed. Those moves could have caused a...

The Gazette

Dalai Lama visit puts focus on Boulder's Buddhist history

How did Boulder come to have so many Buddhists? It's a question asked by a Chinese freelance journalist who recently visited Boulder and a question to ponder in advance of the Dalai Lama's much-...

Daily Camera

CU Denver tech turns waste into buildings

Every year, the U.S. generates 230 million tons of waste — but what if much of that waste could be turned into things we need on a large scale, like houses or furniture? That process is now a...

Denver Business Journal

Med school branch could impact right areas

“It’s all the more important to pair and train those students with the best teachers in the community — to work with students and help with those recruiting efforts,” said Erik Wallace, associate...

Colorado Springs Business Journal

Energy Secretary Moniz defends Iran nuclear deal as 'strong' in Colorado visit

Moniz was the guest speaker at a luncheon organized by CU Denver’s Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development....

Denver Business Journal

Two years out, lessons still being drawn from 'Great Colorado Flood'

Lead co-author Katja Friedrich, a professor in CU's atmospheric and oceanic sciences department, said she expects that close study of the storm, and the search for lessons imparted by forecasters...

Daily Camera

CU-Boulder named one of the most LGBTQ-friendly schools in the country

The University of Colorado is one of the friendliest colleges for students who identify as gay and lesbian, according to a nonprofit educational organization for LGBTQ students and allies....

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