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Adam Ondra’s Secret to World-Class Endurance

When it comes to training and gym meccas around the world, most people would cite such cities as Innsbruck and Boulder, Colorado for their plethora of world-class indoor facilities. When… The post Adam Ondra’s Secret to World-Class Endurance appeared first on Evening Sends.

McKinley Wright IV scores 17 as Colorado beats WSU, 82-73

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- Colorado let a big lead nearly slip away again, but a strong start and finish to the second half was enough to keep the Buffaloes rolling. McKinley Wright IV had 10 of his 17 points during a late run, Namon Wright...Show More Summary

Researchers create first global atlas of the bacteria living in your dirt

What lives in your dirt? University of Colorado Boulder researchers are one step closer to finding out after compiling the first global atlas of soil bacterial communities and identifying a group of around 500 key species that are both common and abundant worldwide.

Light-splitting greenhouse film could improve photosynthetic efficiency

(University of Colorado at Boulder) University of Colorado Boulder engineers have received a $2.45 million grant from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to develop a scalable, cost-effective greenhouse material that splits sunlight into photosynthetically efficient light and repurposes inefficient infrared light to aid in water purification.

Former Boulder mayor pleads guilty in fatal 2016 crash

A former Boulder mayor who was involved in a crash that killed a woman in southern Colorado has pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide. The Daily Camera reports that 76-year-old … Click to Continue »

The Tad Boyle-Andy Enfield feud is getting fun

Last week, Colorado knocked off Arizona in Boulder, completing a sweep of the only two good teams in the Pac-12. As you might imagine, Colorado head coach Tad Boyle was pretty jacked up about it, leading to one of the more entertaining quotes we’ve seen in a press conference this season: Love Tad’s honestly! Think

Noise pollution causes birds to develop PTSD

Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder have found that noise pollution near oil and gas operations can cause birds to suffer with symptoms that resemble PTSD in humans.

Noise from oil and gas operations stresses birds, hinders reproduction

(University of Colorado at Boulder) Birds exposed to constant noise from oil and gas operations show physiological signs of chronic stress, have chicks whose growth is stunted, and -- in some cases -- lay fewer eggs that hatch, according to a new study.

Scientists are developing self-healing robot muscles that work just like our own

We often think of robots as superior to ourselves, but when it comes to the abilities afforded us by our muscles, robots have a hard time keeping up. Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are working to change that with newly-developed...Show More Summary

Soft, self-healing devices mimic biological muscles

(University of Colorado at Boulder) A new class of soft, electrically activated devices is capable of mimicking the expansion and contraction of natural muscles. These devices, which can be constructed from a wide range of low-cost materials, are able to self-sense their movements and self-heal from electrical damage, representing a major advance in soft robotics.

RealD's Ultimate Screen Technology: What It Is, And What It Means For 3D Movies

CinemaBlend traveled to RealD's labs in Boulder, Colorado, where they introduced us to the "Ultimate Screen." Currently available in select global markets, with the intention to implement it into more movie theaters soon, the Ultimate Screen is designed to improve 3D presentation.

Daily Stoke: China Doll

My friend Heather Weidner rolled up her sleeves and put in the hard work needed to nab an ascent of China Doll in Boulder Canyon, Colorado. This was a route that was first free climbed, in its entirety sans bolts, by Mike Patz, an undercover Colorado crusher turned Harvard-educated doctor. Show More Summary

Toxic Ash from California’s Record Wildfires Is Clogging Drinking Water Supplies Across the State

This story was originally published by High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The Fourmile Canyon Fire, sparked by a backyard burn west of Boulder, Colorado, in 2010, caused $220 million in damage and destroyed 168 homes. It also scorched nearly a quarter of a watershed that supplies water to the […]

Colorado overcomes Daum, South Dakota State 112-103 in 2OT

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- Tyler Bey hit his stride offensively in overtime. Bey scored eight of his 12 points in the second OT period, including all four of his free throws, and Colorado overcame a 37-point performance by Mike Daum to beat South Dakota State 112-103 on Friday night. ''I was just flowing, going with the flow,'' Bey said. Show More Summary

Wright scores 20, San Diego upsets Colorado 69-59

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- The elation of the San Diego players was rather low key on the court and raised a few decibels behind closed doors in the locker room. Celebrate away - the Toreros are off to their best start since becoming a Division...Show More Summary

Wyoming secretary of state denies sexual attack allegation

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray is denying a woman's claim that he sexually attacked her over 35 years ago. Tatiana Maxwell of Boulder, Colorado, said in a Facebook post … Click to Continue »

Student Satellite Solves 60-Year-Old Space Mystery

A 60-year-old celestial mystery has been solved using data from a shoebox-sized satellite built and operated by college students. A team at the University of Colorado Boulder exposed cosmic rays from explosions and […] The post Student Satellite Solves 60-Year-Old Space Mystery appeared first on Geek.com.

Major space mystery solved using data from student satellite

A 60-year-old mystery regarding the source of some energetic and potentially damaging particles in Earth's radiation belts is now solved using data from a shoebox-sized satellite built and operated by University of Colorado Boulder students.

A global north-to-south shift in wind power by end of century

(University of Colorado at Boulder) Wind resources in the next century may decrease in many regions in the Northern Hemisphere -- and could sharply increase in several hotspot regions down south.

CU Boulder solar instruments, experiments headed for space

(University of Colorado at Boulder) A solar instrument package designed and built by the University of Colorado Boulder to help monitor the planet's climate is now set for launch Dec. 12 aboard a SpaceX rocket from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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