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CCTSI’s Colorado Immersion Training earns rave reviews from researchers

CCTSI’s Colorado Immersion Training earns rave reviews from researchers

If you work in the world of academic research, you’ve likely taken many trainings over the course of your career. How many of those, however, would you...
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Call for research participants: LGBTQ survey

Faculty, staff and students at CU Denver, CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Boulder are invited to take an online survey about the stressors facing LGBTQ...
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Paid research study for mothers expecting first child
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Paid research study for mothers expecting first child

Researchers in CU Boulder’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience are recruiting women who are currently pregnant with their first child to participate in...
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Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in youth leads to increased complications

Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in youth leads to increased complications

A new report published this month in the Journal of the American Medical Association points to a significantly higher burden of diabetes-related complications...
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Can't get to sleep? A wilderness weekend can help

Can't get to sleep? A wilderness weekend can help

Filling the day with natural light and the night with true darkness for as little as a weekend can have a profound impact on our circadian rhythm, which may...
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Study: To keep pounds off, consider walking the dog

Study: To keep pounds off, consider walking the dog

Light-intensity activities such as washing the dishes, making the bed, and walking the dog may play a significant role in helping people maintain weight loss,...
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$15 million - and a personal touch - accelerate aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

$15 million - and a personal touch - accelerate aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

Antonella Albuja’s doctoral degree in aerospace engineering from CU Boulder just became more valuable, as did the educational, research and career prospects of...
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Looking at ants to find answers about aggression

What ants can teach us about violence

Researchers develop model for how collective intelligence works in ant colonies
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What is the best way to treat older HIV-infected patients?

A year ago, HIV patient Louis Zimmerman considered himself sedentary. But thanks to his participation in a CU Anschutz exercise study, he now is able to walk...
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CU spin-off brings science to the medicine of exercise

CU spin-off brings science to the medicine of exercise

There’s a low- to no-cost medicine that drastically improves the fortunes of patients. It’s widely available without a prescription, but to many it’s an...
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CU invention serves as muscular ‘gas gauge’ for Buffs in training

CU invention serves as muscular ‘gas gauge’ for Buffs in training

Whether it’s a wide-receiver hauling in a pass, a runner sprinting the 1,500-meter, or a power forward taking the ball to the hole, athletes share one...
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CU researcher to lead national study of physical activity

CU researcher to lead national study of physical activity

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will be one of seven clinical centers nationwide to participate in an initiative of the National Institutes...
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CU Boulder researchers receive state grant to study high-potency marijuana effects

CU Boulder researchers receive state grant to study high-potency marijuana effects

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Institute of Cognitive Science (ICS) have been awarded a $839,500 grant from the Colorado Department of...
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CU archaeologist makes a case for Neanderthals as advanced species

CU archaeologist makes a case for Neanderthals as advanced species

Last May, two stone circles found deep in a French cave set off a ripple of awe around the globe. Built with chunks of stalagmites snapped from the cave floor...
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Turning brewery wastewater into battery power

Turning brewery wastewater into battery power

CU Boulder engineers have developed an innovative bio-manufacturing process that uses a biological organism cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the...
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Women’s wellness study seeks participants

Women’s wellness study seeks participants

Do you struggle with your thoughts and moods? You are not alone. Our study might be for you. Researchers in the Psychology and Neuroscience Dept. are...
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Yeast gene rapidly evolves to attack viruses, researchers say

Yeast gene rapidly evolves to attack viruses, researchers say

Humans have used Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast in baking, brewing and winemaking for millennia. New research from the University of Idaho and the University...
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$24 million NSF grant to establish imaging science center at CU Boulder

$24 million NSF grant to establish imaging science center at CU Boulder

CU Boulder will expand its role as a national leader in imaging, materials, nano, bio and energy sciences as part of a collaborative partnership awarded $24...
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The difficulties of studying medical marijuana

The difficulties of studying medical marijuana

Studies of marijuana use to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are hampered by a lack of scientific evidence, public perception of the drug’s safety and...
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CU sets record $924 million in sponsored research funding
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CU sets record $924 million in sponsored research funding

University of Colorado faculty researchers earned $924 million in research awards for the 2015-16 fiscal year, a record year for the four-campus system. The...
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Regents study cost, value of research
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Regents study cost, value of research

The University of Colorado in 2015-16 tallied an impressive $924 million in sponsored research funding from federal, state and local entities, an increase of...
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2016 Boettcher Investigators
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CU leads 2016 class of Boettcher Investigators

Seven of this year’s 10-member class of awardees conduct research on CU campuses. Each Boettcher Investigator will receive a $235,000 grant to support up to...
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“Ghost workers” common in migrant farm work

“Ghost workers” common in migrant farm work

New research by Sarah Horton, an anthropologist at the University of Colorado Denver, reveals that employers in agricultural industries often take advantage of...
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CCTSI’s Community Engagement research improves mortality rates in five Denver neighborhoods

CCTSI’s Community Engagement research improves mortality rates in five Denver neighborhoods

It may not surprise anyone that clinical trials in patients can save lives (most people probably know someone enrolled in a cancer trial or other life-saving...

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