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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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NIH award funds data-coordinating center for Down syndrome research

NIH award funds data-coordinating center for Down syndrome research

The new initiative will fuel collaboration and discovery about the biology of Down syndrome and its co-occurring medical conditions
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Breathing easier, Colorado? Well, get prepped for more fire days ahead

Breathing easier, Colorado? Well, get prepped for more fire days ahead

A cold front brought a blanket of snow to Colorado in late October, a welcome gift for a state ravaged by wildfires. As the flakes fell, they helped tame...
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Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Pandemics on the rise: Why?

Infectious diseases have been around for millennia—with the earliest known communicable diseases being measles, smallpox, and influenza.
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CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

CU researcher tackles vaccine hesitancy in Colorado’s religious communities

Vaccine hesitancy is something we hear a lot about these days related to a potential coronavirus vaccine. Yet vaccine hesitancy has been a public health issue...
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Tiny moon shadows may harbor hidden stores of ice

Tiny moon shadows may harbor hidden stores of ice

Hidden pockets of water could be much more common on the surface of the moon than scientists once suspected, according to new research led by CU Boulder. In...
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Colorado survey shows red-blue gender divide, concerns about Election Day violence

Colorado survey shows red-blue gender divide, concerns about Election Day violence

Heading into the first day of in-person voting, Colorado women are leaning overwhelmingly blue, tipping the state toward high single-digit leads for Democrat...
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New technology diagnoses sickle cell disease in record time

New technology diagnoses sickle cell disease in record time

Diseases of the blood, like sickle cell disease, have traditionally taken a full day, tedious lab work and expensive equipment to diagnose, but researchers at...
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Summit Biolabs, Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop saliva tests for COVID, head and neck cancer

Summit Biolabs, Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop saliva tests for COVID, head and neck cancer

Summit Biolabs announces strategic collaboration with Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine to develop and commercialize saliva liquid-biopsy tests for...
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President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment takes the national spotlight

President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment takes the national spotlight

Four clinical trials of a drug cocktail that President Donald Trump has proclaimed his miracle “cure” are underway on the University of Colorado Anschutz...
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year
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University of Colorado tops $1 billion in sponsored research funding for fourth consecutive year

For the fourth consecutive year, faculty at the University of Colorado attracted over $1 billion in annual sponsored research funding and gifts. The 2019-20...
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Colorado business sentiment negative but improving

Colorado business sentiment negative but improving

Colorado business optimism continues to recover from historic lows but it is still not back into positive territory, according to a new report from the CU...
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New engineering research center

New engineering research center aims for sustainable electric transportation

Researchers at UCCS will play a key role in a multi-institutional effort, funded by a renewable $26 million National Science Foundation grant, to develop an...
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Department of Energy awards $1 million to CU Denver-led team for computational biology

Department of Energy awards $1 million to CU Denver-led team for computational biology

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $5 million in funding for six new research projects in computational biology, $1,049,639 of which goes to Chris...
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CU scientists secure $1 million to explore COVID-19 and Down syndrome

CU scientists secure $1 million to explore COVID-19 and Down syndrome

While little is known about COVID-19’s effects on people with Down syndrome, early studies suggest the SARS-CoV-2 virus results in more hospitalizations and...
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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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