CU-Boulder study: Brain may rely on computer-like mechanism to interpret novel situations

CU-Boulder study: Brain may rely on computer-like mechanism to interpret novel situations

BOULDER - A study by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder suggests that human brains could process new situations with a method similar to the "pointer" system used by computers. ... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Tuesday September 24, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Randall O'Reilly

CU receives $3.6M DOE grant to produce magnesium for lightweight vehicle parts, syn fuel

CU receives $3.6M DOE grant to produce magnesium for lightweight vehicle parts, syn fuel

BOULDER - A University of Colorado Boulder professor has been awarded a three-year, $3.6 million grant from the U.S. DOE's Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop a new process to produce... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Friday September 20, 2013 0 comments Tags: Alan Weimar, Boulder, CU-Boulder, gasification, synthetic gasoline

CU-Boulder spinoff Solid Power developing solid-state battery to extend EV range

CU-Boulder spinoff Solid Power developing solid-state battery to extend EV range

BOULDER - CU-Boulder researchers are developing a cutting-edge battery technology that could allow electric vehicles of the future to travel twice as far on a charge than they can now, the... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Thursday September 19, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Conrad Stoldt, CU-Boulder, Douglas Campbell, Mike Freeman, Se-He Lee, Solid Power

CU-Boulder atmospheric study satellite set for Sept. 15 launch in California

CU-Boulder atmospheric study satellite set for Sept. 15 launch in California

BOULDER - A beach ball-sized satellite designed and built by a team of University of Colorado Boulder students to better understand how atmospheric drag can affect satellite orbits is slated for... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Friday September 13, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, DANDE

Nanoly Bioscience to develop CU-Boulder vaccine technology

Nanoly Bioscience to develop CU-Boulder vaccine technology

BOULDER -- Nanoly Bioscience and the University of Colorado announced they have entered into an option agreement that will enable the startup company to develop a technique for protecting... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Thursday September 12, 2013 0 comments Tags: Balaji Sridhar, Boulder, CU-Boulder, Kristi Anseth, Mark Tibbitt, Nanoly BioScience

FAST Ceramics to develop new, low-energy, low-temp ceramics manufacture process

FAST Ceramics to develop new, low-energy, low-temp ceramics manufacture process

BOULDER -- FAST Ceramics and the University of Colorado have completed an exclusive option agreement to allow the company to develop a faster, energy-efficient technique for manufacturing... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Friday August 30, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, FAST Ceramics, John Francis, Marco Cologna, Molly Markley, Rishi Raj, sintering

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

BOULDER -- An astronaut orbiting Earth in the International Space Station has remotely directed a NASA rover in California to unfurl an "antenna film" that scientists at the University of Colorado... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday July 2, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Jack Burns, Terry Fong

CU-Boulder joins effort to map stars, galaxies in 3D

CU-Boulder joins effort to map stars, galaxies in 3D

BOULDER - The University of Colorado Boulder has become a full institutional member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey-IV, an ambitious effort by some of the world's top astronomers to map the... Read More

By: Steve Monday July 1, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Michael Shull