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How old are your arteries?

Your chronological age might not yield the answer. CU-Boulder researchers are studying ways to reverse arterial aging, linked to the leading cause of mortality in America. I spent 12 weeks in a clinical study of a carbohydrate that might reverse arterial aging. Here’s what I learned...

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Stealth Gender-Based Abuse eludes college radar

While numerous studies published since the 1970s have documented gender-based violence against college women, much nonviolent gender-based abuse goes unreported by victims and unaccounted for by experts, University of Colorado Boulder researchers report.

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Geology students learn just how much Iceland rocks

University of Colorado Boulder geology students spent two weeks this summer studying Iceland, a place of fire and ice, in an innovative field course that helped them hone their critical-thinking skills and broaden their social horizon.

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Cancer, poverty, race can’t keep poet down

CU-Boulder Professor Ruth Ellen Kocher always wanted to write, and adversity only cemented the award-winning poet’s resolve.

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Features

Archaeologist digs into her research, teaching

Archaeologist digs into her research, teaching

At Gordion, one of the most important archaeological sites in the Near East, remains of antiquity’s dead breathe more life into professor’s scholarship and classrooms.

Grad students mentor under-represented students

Grad students mentor under-represented students

For undergraduates who don’t see professors who look like them, new program called CU-Prime aims to help them see natural science as viable career choice.

Right or left, partisans get expert opinion wrong

Right or left, partisans get expert opinion wrong

Unbiased expert opinion is accepted or rejected depending on reader’s views, CU researchers find.

How old are your arteries?

CU helps rural schoolkids with hearing, speech issues

In some areas of Colorado, the need for qualified speech-language pathologists outstrips the demand, but CU-Boulder is helping to fill the gap.