CU-Boulder makes headlines for things like alleged on-campus looting after recent floods or a student who fed a teacher and classmates pot brownies. But the folks at the school would prefer to get attention for academic excellence, exemplified by the 2012 Nobel Prize won by David Wineland, who holds ... More >>
The National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder needs some lessons in publicity. NIST's own David Wineland has just been named co-winner of the Nobel Prize for physics -- an incredibly prestigious honor for Wineland and the facility. Yet at this writing, there's no reference to the awa ... More >>
When chatting about President Barack Obama's planned visit to CU-Boulder this evening, university spokesman Bronson Hilliard and Ryan Huff, communications director for the CU Police Department, couldn't sound more different than they did when discussing the last sizable event on campus -- the annual ... More >>
A photo from the StimulusColorado.org website. StimulusColorado.org, a new website co-sponsored by Associated General Contractors of Colorado, the Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors, Colorado Contractors Association, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Metro Denver ... More >>
Oh, to have the Purell franchise at the University of Colorado at Boulder graduation ceremony, taking place at Folsom Field at 8:30 a.m. this morning. Earlier this week, reports surfaced about three possible swine-flu cases at CU, but officials decided against canceling the celebration, pimped in ... More >>
First spotted on Boing Boing, this cheery holiday film is brought to us, for some reason, by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the government agency that's based in part in Boulder. (Hopefully this video involved the incineration of one of those crappy student bungalows on the Hill ... More >>
See the best of the fest at Boulder's Fringe Encore.
Colorado's becoming a mecca for skateboarders. But for the best parks, you'd better head for the hills.
Community groups and broadcasters widen their battle over proposed tower construction.
The smell of success
National Institute of Standards and Technology
It may take years to sort out what happened during the “missing” minutes at Columbine.
What do you get when greenhouse gases inspire greenhouse guesses? A heated argument--but not much scientific agreement.