From the bin to the processing plant, recycling is no simple process. CEM does the dirty work for you and goes in-depth to find out how they do it!
If anyone has ever walked into the Discovery Learning Center, possibly one of the first things they notice is a large set of windows that seem to allow you a glimpse into Santa’s toy factory. It is probably difficult to resist going up to the window and looking at Da Vinci’s paddle boat, or the […]
If you’ve got an engineering-related question, chances are we can probably answer it.
As a senior instructor in the Aerospace Department at CU-Boulder, Joseph Tanner was hired to formalize a course instructing seniors and graduate students with long-term projects. Even without a PhD or masters degree, Tanner’s impressive career as a NASA astronaut helps him guide students to find their passion in the Aerospace industry.
Tissue engineering, aka regenerative medicine(noun): medicine described as the creation of tissues that provide, repair, replace or restore structures and functions absent or lost due to congenital defects, aging, disease, or damage.
Within the last month alone, three CU professors and researchers have been recognized and awarded with honors for their work in their respective ﬁelds. Deborah Jin, adjunct professor in physics and NIST researcher, was awarded the L’Oréal- UNESCO For Women in Science Award. Milos Popobiv, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, received the prestigious […]
The College of Arts and Sciences houses one of the most diverse set of majors and interests to be found anywhere. It combines artistry, scientific exploration, philosophy and culture. As students, we often forget that these are all placed under the same roof for a reason- because at their root, they use similar skills of […]
The campus adds another building to its sizable LEED Certification portfolio. Williams Village North falls in the LEED Platinum category, the highest rating of LEED certification. The building welcomed its first residents this August after construction was completed the year before. The building now houses two residential academic programs and over five hundred students.
They’re called hackerspaces—community tech workshops targeted towards closeted innovators and do-it-yourselfers—a clubhouse for grown-ups. From Vienna’s cocktail mixing robot to San Francisco’s space balloon, projects taken on by these clubs are acts of creativity and invention.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition characterized by frequent, severe, unpredictable, and unprovoked seizures. Approximately 3 million Americans and 50 million people worldwide are affected by epilepsy. Seizures occur when the brain’s normal activity is disturbed leading to loss of control generating in the cortical sites.