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MAVEN's first look at Mars holds surprises

NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft has provided scientists their first look at a storm of energetic solar particles at Mars and produced unprecedented ultraviolet images of the tenuous oxygen, hydrogen and carbon coronas surrounding the Red Planet, said University of Colorado Boulder Professor Bruce Jakosky, the mission’s principal investigator.

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Hubble project maps temps, water on wild exoplanet

A team of scientists including a University of Colorado Boulder professor used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to make the most detailed global map yet of the glow from a giant, oddball planet orbiting another star, an object twice as massive as Jupiter and hot enough to melt steel.

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From the U.S. heartland, CU eyes the EU

The Colorado European Union Center of Excellence (CEUCE) is a CU-Boulder organization that promotes understanding of the European Union (EU) and transatlantic relations between the United States and the EU.

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CU helps rural kids 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.

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Depressed but decisive, anxious and paralyzed

While anxiety reduces the ability to choose words, depression is associated with better performance in word selection, CU-Boulder-led study finds.

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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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