CU-Boulder researchers demonstrated that early identification and treatment were key to helping children remain in the normal cognitive range and helped launch nationwide adoption of universal newborn screening.
Alexis Templeton, associate professor of geological sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, leads a team of scientists who recently landed a $7 million, five-year grant from NASA to study “rock-powered life.”
English prof known for massive open online course on comic books and graphic novels tapped to help university navigate uncertain waters.
The Old Main Cottonwood is indeed getting new life. In October, cuttings were taken from the canopy of the tree by Facilities Management arborists Aquino and Joel Serafin.
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