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Science Aug 17
Giant larvaceans — bizarre and beautiful zooplankton — can transport ocean plastic and may introduce it into the food chain.
European scientists develop a chewing gum for spotting oral infections with peri-implant disease.
The White House had a difficult time last week defending some of the president’s statements. The issue: reconciling what he said happened with what actually happened. The Boy Scouts of America pushed back Wednesday on a claim from the…
Heat waves are burning up the West Coast. Here’s why things are so toasty right now.
An international team has tipped the debate on the origins of the solar system with the discovery of one of the oldest known asteroid families.
The absence of a water treatment — called orthophosphate — was a major contributor to lead contamination in Flint, University of Michigan chemists confirmed.
Easy access to prescriptions through friends and family facilitates more than half of the opioid misuse in the U.S., according to a survey of more than 50,000 adults.
For years, scientists thought our moon was a dry expanse. But, new evidence suggests the lunar mantle is wet on a global scale.
The plastic debris housed in landfills and natural environments — currently 4.9 billion metric tons — will more than double by 2050, scientists reported Wednesday in Science Advances.
Researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory University have built energy-recycling stairs that store a user’s energy during descent and return energy to the user during ascent.
A new study from Sweden outlines which aspects of a healthy lifestyle predict independent living late in life.
Biologists working in Mali found an invasive tree also doubles as a buffet and a haven for malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
Neonicotinoid pesticides commonly found in agricultural areas kill bees and hurt their ability to reproduce, two separate large-scale studies confirmed Thursday.
A human protein — called CyP40 — can untangle the neurodegenerative clumps that characterize Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, according to a new study.
Offshore wind developments are rapidly expanding. But most wind turbines are not built to withstand a direct hit from the strongest hurricanes, according to a new study.
A compound found in broccoli improves diabetic outcomes to an extent that rivals the go-to drug treatment, with fewer severe side effects.
Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine
20 February 2017 | Two distinguished profs recognized as top inventors
2 December 2016 | Distinguished biochemist elected president of national society
27 April 2016 | Rising-star scientist got start at CU Boulder
3 December 2015 | Alum is architect of influential science-watchdog site
12 September 2015 | Same experiment but different results; now what?
August 2016 | New clues to an age-old question
September 2015 | Ozone gardens make the invisible visible
July 2015 | Fashionable therapy brightens winter SADness
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado Boulder
26 January 2017 | Arctic Arts invites us to ‘see things differently’