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August 25, 2022
Why Is CAR T-cell therapy ‘one of the most phenomenal advances in science’?
In this podcast, learn how the CU Anschutz Medical Campus offers both the scientific expertise and the physical capacity to tackle some of the most aggressive...
January 20, 2022
Season 2 of ‘The Free Mind’ podcast has launched
New episodes in season 2 air the second Tuesday of each month through May 10, 2022.
July 22, 2021
Second season of Buff Innovator Insights podcast underway
The podcast offers a behind-the-curtain look at some of the most innovative faculty at CU Boulder—from their diverse backgrounds and personal and professional...
June 17, 2021
Podcast: How does social media affect our mental health?
According to Emily Hemendinger, licensed clinical social worker and certified public health practitioner, these are a few of the manifestations of social media...
January 14, 2021
Top 10 CU on the Air podcasts of 2020
As we welcome 2021, CU on the Air looks back on 2020 to highlight our Top 5 shows. Not surprisingly, three of the five most popular podcasts were COVID-19...
September 17, 2020
Athletes, celebrities talk conquering illness on ‘We Are Unstoppable’ podcast
Launching this week is a new podcast We Are Unstoppable from Colorado sports radio hosts and personalities Les Shapiro and Vic Lombardi. The podcast features...
September 10, 2020
CU on the Air podcast: CU Boulder team builds Hope for trek to Mars
United Arab Emirates sent its first mission to Mars, the Hope Mars Mission, on July 19. And although the launch was more than 6,000 miles from Colorado, the...
September 3, 2020
CU On the Air podcast: Navigating mental health issues during the pandemic
As we navigate the coronavirus, there’s a great need for frank discussions about psychiatric disorders as the weeks and months roll on. CU on the Air host Ken...
October 24, 2019
Daylight saving time: How the time switch could be killing you
We fall back to standard time pretty soon, the first weekend of November. But time might be up for daylight saving time as several states pass laws trying to...
October 17, 2019
Race in America: How lawyers are defining racism, new maps tracking slavery in America and the legacy of slave music
How do you define racism? What impact does that have on the law? How can new research help descendants of slaves better understand their family origins? And we...
September 26, 2019
Dr. Potter: Progress toward new Alzheimer’s treatments
Huntington Potter, PhD, has spent his career researching the manifold mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease, which currently affects over 5.5 million people in the...
July 25, 2019
How funny works: The serious science of humor
There’s a lot of power in a good joke. If you tell the right joke in a wedding toast, you could make a lot of friends. Tell that same joke at a funeral,...