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Preemptive strike against Alzheimer’s could markedly change course

Preemptive strike against Alzheimer’s could markedly change course

Could getting a flu shot every year as an older adult or taking piano lessons as a young child help curb the upward trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease as the...
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All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

An all-female team of Colorado physicists, including former associate professor of physics Karen Livesey and UCCS alumna Alex Stuart ’19, recently published...
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Emirates Mars Mission to begin journey to the red planet

Emirates Mars Mission to begin journey to the red planet

This month, researchers from Boulder and beyond will watch live as a slice of space exploration history launches from a pad on the Japanese island of...
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New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

New COVID-19 test returns results in 45 minutes, without painful nasal swab

CU Boulder researchers have developed a rapid, portable, saliva-based COVID-19 test able to return results in 45 minutes. Such a test might eventually be...
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‘5 Things You Need to Know,’ with professor Stephany Rose Spaulding

‘5 Things You Need to Know,’ with professor Stephany Rose Spaulding

In a recent “5 Things You Need to Know” episode, Joanna Bean, director of the Office of Alumni Relations and the Annual Fund, interviewed Stephany Rose...
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NFL awards $491,999 to CU Denver, Impressio Inc. for helmet safety

NFL awards $491,999 to CU Denver, Impressio Inc. for helmet safety

Grantees plan to 3D-print player-specific helmet liners to reduce concussions.
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Who shares the most fake news? New study sheds light

Who shares the most fake news? New study sheds light

Facebook is a more fertile breeding ground for fake news than Twitter, and those on the far ends of the liberal-conservative spectrum are most likely to share...
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CU researchers develop key findings as COVID-19 clinical trials progress

CU researchers develop key findings as COVID-19 clinical trials progress

Campus plays ‘central role’ in developing antiviral medications and working to attenuate the inflammatory response.
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CU Anschutz researchers roll out antibody test

CU Anschutz researchers roll out antibody test

A one-of-a-kind antibody test targeting the novel coronavirus has joined the arsenal of tools needed in understanding and eradicating COVID-19. The test,...
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University of Colorado a global leader in patents for inventions, innovations
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University of Colorado a global leader in patents for inventions, innovations

The University of Colorado jumped from No. 53 to No. 20 in a recent global ranking of the top 100 universities granted U.S. utility patents for an array of...
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CU Anschutz, CU Boulder faculty among recipients of Boettcher COVID-19 grants
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CU Anschutz, CU Boulder faculty among recipients of Boettcher COVID-19 grants

Two University of Colorado faculty researchers are among the recipients of nearly $1 million in new Boettcher Foundation grants aimed at fighting COVID-19 and...
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Hardwired

We’re hard-wired for longing, new study suggests

When it comes to forming a lasting bond, our longing for a partner may be as important as—if not more important than—how we react when we’re with them,...
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Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Okun and Feliciano study pandemic’s effect on students’ physical and psychological health

Professors of psychology Michele Okun and Leilani Feliciano are conducting an exploratory study on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and...
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Coronavirus drifts through the air in microscopic droplets—here’s the science of infectious aerosols

Coronavirus drifts through the air in microscopic droplets—here’s the science of infectious aerosols

When aerosols from an infected person float around in our environment, they may be a significant source of coronavirus transmission. Professor Shelly Miller...
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Scientists developing COVID-19 test that knows you’re sick before you do

Scientists developing COVID-19 test that knows you’re sick before you do

Imagine a test that could tell you if you were infected with COVID-19 before you had a single symptom, came at an affordable price without the need to go to a...
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In COVID-19 Battle, CU Anschutz Team Teaching Old Drugs New Tricks

In COVID-19 battle, CU Anschutz team teaching old drugs new tricks

As scientists around the world scramble against the COVID-19 clock, searching for a vaccine that could stop the viral infection before it happens, a trio of...
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CU Anschutz is the new epicenter of Down syndrome research in the nation

CU Anschutz is the new epicenter of Down syndrome research in the nation

Dr. Joaquin Espinosa, PhD is a busy guy. He’s the executive director of the Linda Crnic Institute for Down syndrome, professor of pharmacology in the CU School...
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In battle of the pancakes, powerful protein and whole grains win

In battle of the pancakes, powerful protein and whole grains win

Mmmmmmm. Pancakes. Who doesn’t love the Homer Simpson favorite? But before you plop down in your favorite restaurant booth and order up a stack that rivals...
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Blessing ceremony opens new genomics and health research lab

Blessing ceremony opens new genomics and health research lab

Perhaps the future of modern, transformative medicine begins with a bridge to the past. “Our genes are as old as the universe – everything that proceeded us is...
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Study shows promising new web approach to prevent firearm suicide

Study shows promising new web approach to prevent firearm suicide

Access to firearms and other lethal methods of suicide during periods of risk can make it more likely that a suicide attempt will end in death. Yet many...
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Growing up in a bank desert has major costs

Growing up in a bank desert has major costs

People who are exposed to banks and other financial institutions as kids are more likely to be financially stable later in life, new research from CU Boulder’s...
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UCCS researchers highlight changed perceptions of refugees over past 100 years

UCCS researchers highlight changed perceptions of refugees over past 100 years

Emily Skop, professor and chair of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, has been thinking about refugee issues since the seventh grade.
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Celebrated ancient Egyptian woman physician likely never existed, says researcher

Celebrated ancient Egyptian woman physician likely never existed, says researcher

For decades, an ancient Egyptian known as Merit Ptah has been celebrated as the first female physician and a role model for women entering medicine. Yet a...
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Xenna the service dog helps Navy vet do laboratory research

Xenna the service dog helps Navy vet do laboratory research

Along the way, both of them, with help from CU Boulder, pave the way for greater accessibility
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CU Anschutz launches comprehensive website directory of research studies

CU Anschutz launches comprehensive website directory of research studies

Here at the Anschutz Medical Campus, we are in the business of answering important research questions in order to improve human health. One of the ways our...

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