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Boulder science making its mark at Paris climate talks

The heavily attended conference, MacDonald said, features strong representation from Boulder, with a number of scientists from not only NOAA, but also the University of Colorado, the National...

Daily Camera

Is a turkey trot enough? Thanksgiving calorie count vs. exercise

But for those who want to gobble up whatever you want after running 4 miles in Wash Park this morning or running a 5K elsewhere, sorry: You're probably not burning enough to earn the full caloric...

Denver Post

CU changes name of 'On Demand' online degree, course platform

In an effort to clear up any confusion about what it's offering, the University of Colorado changed the name of its " On Demand" online education platform. The platform, a web portal that connects...

Daily Camera

University of Colorado officials reach out in Sterling

A presentation by Brian Domitrovic, visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, was part of a visit by several of the university's leadership to...

Journal Advocate

Noel: Why preserve landmark buildings?

The recent battle over landmarking the Anderson House in the rapidly developing Jefferson Park Neighborhood led some to question the historic designation process, especially when the owner objects...

Denver Post

NASA mission reveals speed of solar wind stripping Martian atmosphere

NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission has identified the process that appears to have played a key role in the transition of the Martian climate from an early, warm and wet...

Mars Daily

ECHO Colorado launches to improve health in rural and underserved areas

Based at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, ECHO Colorado builds learning communities connected by video-conferencing technology across the rural and underserved areas of Colorado...

The Chaffee County Times

CU-Boulder commits to helping ease veterans' transition to college life

Though exact figures are hard to pin down, Camacho is among the roughly 1,000 veterans and dependents on the Boulder campus, which has been expanding and improving services and facilities for...

Daily Camera

CU-Boulder scientists await results of mission's brush with Saturn moon

On Thursday, Sascha Kempf, an assistant professor at CU's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, was still awaiting the outcome of the data downlink from the instrument's cosmic dust...

Daily Camera

First two classes of Colorado Springs medical school students have plenty of local connections

The high number of local connections may help ensure that some of them end up practicing medicine here in the future - a long-sought goal of the nascent program, said Dr. Erik Wallace, associate...

The Gazette

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

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

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...

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