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Intense light may hold answer to heart treatment dilemma

Intense light may hold answer to heart treatment dilemma

The gene, ANGPTL4, regulates fatty lipids in plasma. Scientists have found that people with lower levels of it also have reduced triglycerides and lipids,...
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CU Dental researchers make craniofacial gene discovery

CU Dental researchers make craniofacial gene discovery

Patience. It's something most researchers need when it comes to discoveries. For Jamie Nichols, CU Dental craniofacial biology assistant professor, and his...
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Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems

Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems

The next time you go for a hike, take an extra moment to appreciate the seemingly ordinary life all around you. A house fly, humble yarrow weed and other “...
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Anxiety among fathers is higher than recently reported, new study suggests

Anxiety among fathers is higher than recently reported, new study suggests

In a new study published in The Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, researchers from the Colorado School of Public Health on the University...
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CU Faculty Voices: A historian gets fact-checked

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn more...
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Heat waves could cause 10 times more crop damage than now projected, research finds

Heat waves could cause 10 times more crop damage than now projected, research finds

Heat waves, which are projected to become more frequent and intense as the century progresses, could cause as much as 10 times more crop damage than is now...
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CU Denver study: More than 64% of health CEOs concerned about pandemic challenges

CU Denver study: More than 64% of health CEOs concerned about pandemic challenges

In ground-breaking research released today, researchers found that the “new normal,” brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, provides both disruptions and unique...
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2% of people carry 90% of COVID-19 virus, and roommates are safer than you think

2% of people carry 90% of COVID-19 virus, and roommates are safer than you think

A few “super carriers” with off-the-charts viral loads are likely responsible for the bulk of COVID-19 transmissions, while about half of infected people aren’...
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Vaccinated? You are now free to move about the cabin. Sort of.

Vaccinated? You are now free to move about the cabin. Sort of.

For about 1.2 million Coloradans, the world suddenly appears brighter. They represent the small percentage of the state’s 5.9 million residents who, some might...
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Searches begin for AVC/Digital Strategy, AVC/Research positions

Searches begin for AVC/Digital Strategy, AVC/Research positions

Chancellor Michelle Marks and Thomas Flaig, vice chancellor for research for CU Denver | Anschutz, will identify a search committee tasked with recommending...
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Research and Creative Work 2019-20 annual report released

Research and Creative Work 2019-20 annual report released

The report showcases highlights from University of Colorado Boulder research and creative work from the past year, providing a window into the impactful work...
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CU Boulder and Anschutz experimenting with blood sugar to power prostheses

CU Boulder and Anschutz experimenting with blood sugar to power prostheses

CU Boulder and CU Anschutz researchers are developing a new technique to harvest electricity from blood sugar to power medical devices as part of a project...
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Third annual Destination Startup event expands across the Mountain West, connecting top research-based startups with investors

Third annual Destination Startup event expands across the Mountain West, connecting top research-based startups with investors

In 2019, Venture Partners at CU Boulder—the university's commercialization arm—launched the state's first-ever showcase for research-based startups spun out of...
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CU Denver researcher studies international cooperation in fighting COVID-19

CU Denver researcher studies international cooperation in fighting COVID-19

Jongeun You, a researcher at the University of Colorado Denver, recently released a study looking at how a more global approach would have far-reaching...
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CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

CU Anschutz experts break down COVID-19 effects by body part

During the months-long pandemic, healthcare providers have seen a lot of things, often on levels they have never seen before. From brain fog and loss of smell...
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CU Boulder researchers help clear the air in Denver Public Schools

Researchers fight COVID-19 with new air filtration in Denver Public Schools

When students in more than 20 Denver Public Schools return to classrooms for the spring semester, they’ll be coming back to cleaner indoor air, thanks in part...
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CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

CU Anschutz COVIDome Project aimed at speeding lifesaving treatment

Last spring, as healthcare providers and scientists around the world scrambled to treat a surge of patients infected with a virus that experts knew little...
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UCCS recognizes three researchers for hitting career milestones

UCCS recognizes three researchers for hitting career milestones

After a year when UCCS researchers secured more than $18 million in sponsored research funding, three faculty members hit career milestones in funding...
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Whether it’s 2020 or Baby Shark: Study offers clues on how to stop thinking about it

Whether it’s 2020 or Baby Shark: Study offers clues on how to stop thinking about it

Let it go.” “Think about something else.” “Clear your head.” In our attempts to de-clutter our busy minds and make room for new, often more productive thoughts...
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Weed-chomping animals in lab coats? Weaver’s goats assist in urban farm research

Weed-chomping animals in lab coats? Weaver’s goats assist in urban farm research

At the time Weaver, PhD, a senior instructor in CU Denver’s Department of Geography & Environmental Sciences, was conducting research on urban farms for...
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Infectious disease containment, anxiety disorder interventions among collaborative projects funded by AB Nexus grants

Infectious disease containment, anxiety disorder interventions among collaborative projects funded by AB Nexus grants

The projects selected—five new collaborations and three projects that build on existing collaborative work—represent a broad range of research themes related...
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CU Anschutz researcher offers new theory on ‘Venus’ figurines

CU Anschutz researcher offers new theory on ‘Venus’ figurines

‘Venus’ figurines, the earliest known artwork, have baffled scientists for centuries. Most believe they are beauty or fertility symbols but CU Anschutz...
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status
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CU faculty researchers invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status

The University of Colorado and the Boettcher Foundation announce the 2021 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program. Boettcher Webb-Waring...
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Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado economy shows more signs of recovery, filings indicate

Colorado business is showing more signs of a recovery from the COVID-19 economic slump, according to a new CU Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena...

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