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The future of passwords? Your brain

Your brain is an inexhaustible source of secure passwords–but you might not have to remember anything. Passwords and PINs with letters and numbers are relatively easily hacked, hard to remember...

Fast Company

CU Boulder seeing an increase in demand for mental health services for students, employees

Campus leaders are examining how to provide mental health services not only for students, but also for faculty and staff members at the University of Colorado amid increasing demand. The topic has...

Daily Camera

“It’s not like any other job out there”: Colorado’s two largest universities shopping for new presidents

CU was lucky to nab him, said Sue Sharkey, chair of the CU Board of Regents. “I don’t know where this university would be without Bruce Benson,” Sharkey said. “It’s going to be a sad day for me...

The Denver Post

New poll shows Colorado education tax, drilling setbacks both passing

“I don’t think anything is in the bag,” said Anand Sokhey, one of the poll’s authors and a CU associate professor of political science. “There’s still time for those numbers to move around,...

The Denver Post

Candidates’ wealth is front and center in governor’s race — and testing Colorado’s financial disclosure laws

“Had you asked me before Trump won the nomination and the presidency, I’d say it did matter to voters,” said Michael Berry, an associate political science professor at the University of Colorado...

The Denver Post

Initiated Ordinance 301 — Caring 4 Denver — aims to relieve a mental health system under duress

When Rhonda Kelly joined the Aurora fire department in 2000, she recalled that old timers would talk about “that call,” the one big emergency that still left a mark on their memories. But in her...

Denverite

Forget STEM—At CU Boulder, The NEST Program Bridges Painters And Petri Dishes

It may seem like artists and scientists live in separate worlds—the studio versus the laboratory. But CU Boulder is building a bridge between them with a new project called NEST. Standing for...

Colorado Public Radio

CU Anschutz Scientist Shares New Book On Challenges & Tenacity

Everyone walks a different path in life, but very few have a similar story to Dr. Francis Joel Smith. He was born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a condition which develops during pregnancy and...

CBS 4

A Good Marriage May Help You Live Longer. Here's Why

Study co-author Mark Whisman, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder, says there are several ways that a good marriage seems to improve health. For one...

TIME

CU South Denver names new vice chancellor

There's a new boss at University of Colorado South Denver, and his name is Vice Chancellor Scot Chadwick. CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell and CU Anschutz Medical Campus Chancellor Don Elliman...

Denver Business Journal

CU Boulder opens exhibit exploring relationship between science, art

"We proposed to the university that it would be a great idea to have more overt collaboration between artists and scientists and that there should be a physical hub for that kind of collaboration...

Daily Camera

The 'three horsemen' that could help cure Alzheimer's

"The drugs are designed to remove the Amyloid protein from the brain, which we have good reason to believe is part of the pathology or what's going wrong with Alzheimer's," said Dr. Jonathan...

9News

CU hosts summit for veterans in higher education

Colorado higher education leaders gathered Thursday at the University of Colorado for a summit on veterans in higher education. The event, which was co-sponsored by CU Career Services and the...

Daily Camera

Ken Schroeppel Wants the City to Put Pedestrians Over Parking Lots

The founder of Denver Infill has made it his mission to thoroughly document Denver’s development, for better or worse. But there’s one change he believes can’t happen soon enough: the eradication...

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OPINION -- Bobby Braun: Why engineering matters to Colorado

Engineering is critical to Colorado's economy, our nation's security, and all of our quality of life — that's why I started an annual CU Engineering State Tour. Last year, my wife Karen and I...

Greeley Tribune

JCPenney and UCCS partner to help students dress for success

JCPenney is partnering up with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs for an event to help supply students with the attire needed to dress for success as they head into the workforce. The “...

KOAA

UCCS opens new downtown campus to better connect students with the community

That downtown building with half a Porsche hanging from its south wall now has a mountain lion crouching on its east side, too. The new artwork chasing the old signifies the arrival of the first...

The Gazette

CU Offers ‘Farm To Table’ At Its Freshest

At a dining hall at the University of Colorado Boulder, students can eat salad greens fresh from a garden just 20 feet away. The lettuce is grown in a high-tech greenhouse attached to the Village...

CBS4

CU to grant engineering, computer science degrees at Western State in Gunnison

University of Colorado officials announced on Thursday a partnership with Western State Colorado University that will allow students in Gunnison to earn CU degrees in mechanical engineering and...

Daily Camera

More bite for backyard breeder code

The council also approved a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Local Affairs for the design of an urban park and commemorative plaque recognizing donors to the Sterling Community Fund...

Journal-Advocate

Why Teens Should Be Heart Healthy, Too

"In the analyses that have been done, genetics probably plays a role that is relatively minor compared to lifestyle," says Dr. Stephen Daniels, chair of the department of pediatrics at the...

U.S. News and World Report

Women Finding Fresh Paths to Leadership in the Outdoor Industry

There’s plenty of progress to be made, but females seem to be paving the way one leader at a time. “Women entrepreneurs on surveys voice greater satisfaction and more optimism about their work...

Colorado Biz

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