CU-Boulder chosen as one of eight sites nationally to improve STEM education

CU-Boulder chosen as one of eight sites nationally to improve STEM education

BOULDER - The University of Colorado Boulder has been chosen to be one of eight campuses nationwide to take part in a new initiative to improve undergraduate education in science, technology,... Read More

By: Steve Wednesday June 26, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Noah Finkelstein, Philip DiStefano, STEM

CU-Boulder profs to receive $897,000 in National Science Foundation awards

CU-Boulder profs to receive $897,000 in National Science Foundation awards

BOULDER - Two University of Colorado Boulder faculty professors will receive CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation to advance their research. The awards recognize talented young... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday June 25, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Kevin Mahan, Thomas Schibli

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews LOVELAND - About 50 representatives of local robotics and unmanned aviation systems (UAS) companies and firms that service them were able to connect with... Read More

By: Steve Thursday April 25, 2013 0 comments Tags: Ben Slocumb, Brian Argrow, CU-Boulder, DA2 Consulting, Dave Lung, FAA, Loveland, Numerica Corp., Roger Lopez, Stan VanderWerf, UAS

CU researchers honored at annual Entrepreneurship Under the Microscope

CU researchers honored at annual Entrepreneurship Under the Microscope

BOULDER - Xuedong Liu, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at CU-Boulder, was named "Inventor of the Year" at the University of Colorado 's annual Entrepreneurship Under the Microscope event... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday April 2, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Douglas Seals, Kate Tallman, LineRate Systems, Moncef Krarti, OnKure, Tom Cathey, Xuedong Liu

CU-Boulder receives $4.3M grant to study why students leave STEM majors during college

CU-Boulder receives $4.3M grant to study why students leave STEM majors during college

BOULDER - CU-Boulder has received a five-year, $4.3 million grant to study why students enrolled in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) classes leave those majors during their... Read More

By: Steve Thursday February 28, 2013 0 comments Tags: Anne-Barrie Hunter, Boulder, CU-Boulder, STEM

Off we go into the wild blue yonder

Colorado is approaching the launch pad for an expanding mission into space that could someday eclipse California as the No. 1 aerospace state, according to the Brookings Institution and space industry... Read More

By: Steve Sunday February 10, 2013 0 comments Tags: Ball Aerospace, Brookings report, CSU, CU-Boulder, DigitalGlobe, Dream Chaser, HB13-1001, Lockheed Martin, Numerica, Scion Aviation, Sierra Nevada

CU-built instrument package delivered for Mars atmosphere study

CU-built instrument package delivered for Mars atmosphere study

BOULDER - A $20 million remote sensing instrument built by the University of Colorado Boulder has been delivered to Lockheed Martin in Littleton for spacecraft integration, CU announced. ... Read More

By: Steve Monday November 19, 2012 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Bruce Jakosky, CU-Boulder, Littleton, Lockheed Martin, MAVEN, NASA