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Colorado citizens explore impacts of oil and gas development
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Colorado citizens explore impacts of oil and gas development

The projects range from a water festival in Trinidad to groundwater sampling in Weld County and air quality monitoring on the Western Slope.
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Discovery shows dinosaurs may have been the original lovebirds
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Discovery shows dinosaurs may have been the original lovebirds

Dinosaurs engaged in mating behavior similar to modern birds, leaving the fossil evidence behind in 100 million year old rocks, according to new research by...
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Sex differences in Type 2 diabetes affect cardiovascular risk

Women with Type 2 diabetes are twice as likely to have coronary heart disease compared to men, and may need more frequent and intense physical activity to...
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Potential CU-Boulder Retired Faculty Association gains support
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Potential CU-Boulder Retired Faculty Association gains support

Efforts to pursue the possible establishment of a CU-Boulder Retired Faculty Association are moving forward with the Boulder Faculty Assembly Executive...
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Cannabis & Cancer: Cause, Cure, Conundrum
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Cannabis and Cancer: Cause, Cure, Conundrum

Within two miles of the University of Colorado Cancer Center are at least seven recreational marijuana dispensaries with names like Pink House, Terrapin Care...
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Colorado launch firm picks CU-Boulder for first free ride to space
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Colorado launch firm picks CU-Boulder for first free ride to space

Typically weighing in at 3 pounds and no bigger than a box of facial tissue, a CubeSat is small yet more than capable of carrying scientific payloads into...
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Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards
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Faculty invited to apply for Boettcher Investigator status

The University of Colorado and the Boettcher Foundation announce the 2016 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program.
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TTO Startups
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CU Tech Transfer launches 13 new startups

Delivering research breakthroughs from the University of Colorado to the marketplace, CU’s Office of Technology Transfer collaborated to advance 13 new startup...
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Learning Assistant Program at CU-Boulder, CU Denver gets $3.6 million boost

Learning Assistant Program at CU-Boulder, CU Denver gets $3.6 million boost

The National Science Foundation has awarded separate grants of $2.5 million to the University of Colorado Boulder and $1.1 million to the University of...
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New resource gathers research, commentary on shaping integrated health care
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New resource gathers research, commentary on shaping integrated health care

With the burden of behavioral health problems impacting the lives of so many, and because clinicians want to deliver the best care for their patients, a...
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CU tallies $878.3 million in sponsored research funding
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CU tallies $878.3 million in sponsored research funding

University of Colorado faculty research merited $878.3 million in research awards during the 2014-15 fiscal year, based on preliminary figures, representing a...
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Salt flat indicates some of the last vestiges of surface water on Mars, CU-Boulder study finds

The study, published Thursday in the journal Geology, examined an 18-square-mile chloride salt deposit (roughly the size of the city of Boulder) in the planet’...
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gaugewear Inc. to commercialize wearable technology prototype developed at CU-Boulder

gaugewear Inc. to commercialize wearable technology prototype

As the business of wearable technology continues to boom, a new University of Colorado technology that allows for the control of electronic devices with one-...
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At midyear, Colorado poised for continued growth in 2015, says CU Leeds School

“Right now we’re very, very close to our forecast released in December,” said economist Richard Wobbekind, executive director of the Business Research Division...
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Colorado business confidence down

Colorado business confidence down but positive for third quarter, says CU-Boulder index

The confidence of Colorado business leaders dipped slightly though remained optimistic going into the third quarter of 2015, according to the Leeds Business...
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Study: No evidence of negative impacts to children of same-sex couples

New Study About Children of Same-sex Couples: Research says no evidence they are negatively impacted

A new study from the University of Colorado Denver finds that scientists agree that children of same-sex parents experience “no difference” on a range of...
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Five CU researchers named Boettcher Investigators for 2015
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Five CU researchers named Boettcher Investigators for 2015

Five University of Colorado researchers working at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Denver have been named Boettcher Investigators in the Webb-Waring...
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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research
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With website, CU-Boulder opens up access to scholarly research

Two of the top 10 most downloaded research papers from CU-Boulder’s digital institutional repository, called CU Scholar, discuss promoting sustainability at...
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New technique could slash energy used to produce many plastics

New technique could slash energy used to produce many plastics

A new material developed at the University of Colorado Boulder could radically reduce the energy needed to produce a wide variety of plastic products, from...
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Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart - See more at: http://www.colorado.edu/news/releases/2015/04/06/faculty-students-revved-about-large-hadron-collider-restart#sthash.SrtOReuM.dpuf

Faculty, students revved up about Large Hadron Collider restart

University of Colorado Boulder faculty and students are primed to get back in action following the Easter restart of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world...
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Facebook app encourages people to get in touch with their DNA

Facebook app encourages individuals to get in touch with their DNA

Have you ever wondered if your dad’s fight with prostate cancer means you could face the same reality? Or perhaps your family has several members who have...
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Study: Western forests decimated by pine beetles not more likely to burn

Study: Western forests decimated by pine beetles not more likely to burn

Western U.S. forests killed by the mountain pine beetle epidemic are no more at risk to burn than healthy Western forests, according to new findings by the...
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Study: Ending statin use might improve quality of life for some patients

Study: Ending statin use might improve quality of life for some patients

Discontinuing statin use in patients with late-stage cancer and other terminal illnesses may help improve patients’ quality of life without causing other...

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