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In highly anticipated bard exhibit, the book’s the thing

When a Shakespeare First Folio is put on display at CU-Boulder in 2016, it will be surrounded by all the hoopla and excitement that one of the most valuable books in English literature commands.

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Sonic exploration of anti-fascism comes to CU

The Program in Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder is hosting two performances by critically acclaimed performers Jewlia Eisenberg and Charming Hostess of The Ginzburg Geography, an original multi-media musical performance drawn from the life and work of the anti-fascist writers and artists Natalia and Leone Ginzburg. In conjunction with the American Association of Italian Studies conference, […]

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Ocean acidification hampers tiny shell builders

A University of Colorado Boulder study shows a ubiquitous type of phytoplankton – tiny organisms that are the base of the marine food web – appears to be suffering from the effects of ocean acidification caused by climate change.

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Conference on World Affairs goes worldwide

When the University of Colorado Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs— featuring 200 panel discussions, performances and plenaries—returns to campus for the 67th time April 6-10, you won’t need to be in Boulder to enjoy it.

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Forests becoming increasingly fragmented worldwide

Seventy percent of forested lands remaining in the world are within a half mile of the forest edge, where encroaching urban, suburban or agricultural influences can cause any number of harmful effects, according to a new study involving scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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Forests killed by beetles not more prone to wildfire

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 University of Colorado Boulder that fly in the face of both public perception and policy.

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