On July 14, data scientists and statisticians from Nigeria, Ethiopia, Brazil, Pakistan, India, Zimbabwe and the United States attended the first annual LISA 2020 Symposium at the International Statistical Institute’s World Statistics Congress in Marrakech, Morocco.
From life-saving advances in medicine to life-changing opportunities in renewable energy, imaging technology offers a window into worlds that can’t otherwise be seen by the human eye. That makes it an essential tool across a broad range of scientific disciplines, from engineering to biosciences.
As part of an effort to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and collaborative output of partnerships between CU Boulder’s nationally-ranked aerospace programs and small companies in Colorado serving the aerospace and defense sectors, the university held its first Small Business Forum on March 16.
Alumni, industry execs and other space buffs celebrated the state's growing prominence in aerospace—from probing the Bennu asteroid to an array of industry partnerships—at the second annual CU Boulder Aerospace Summit earlier this week.
A unique Grand Challenge project in its inclusiveness, the Center for the Study of Origins is primed to investigate an under-appreciated but important issue: the diversity, nature and justification of theories about the past, and how they inform our understanding of both the present and the future.
Amazon Web Services. Google. IBM. Microsoft. These are just a few of the major tech movers and shakers partnering with researchers and “big data” providers—recently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)—to invest in a new way of supporting a data-enabled economy: cloud computing.
What’s one way to cut a car’s weight by 50 percent and improve fuel efficiency by up to 40 percent? Make it out of carbon fiber instead of steel. What if everyone had access to such a vehicle? Chris Kaffer, co-founder and CEO of Denver startup Mallinda, believes his company’s reusable carbon-fiber composite can help make that future a reality.
CU Boulder faculty researchers, staff, and students discussed innovation, collaboration and career opportunities with thought leaders and executives from Colorado’s aerospace industry on campus Thursday, October 27 at the 4th Annual AeroSpace Ventures Day.
Brooklyn’s famously polluted Gowanus Canal is now home to thriving floating gardens that are slowly giving the Superfund site new life.
Got questions about FODMAPs? We have answers in this Q&A with Neha Shah, MPH, RD, the certified nutrition support clinician at Stanford Health Care who created the FODMAP chart featured in our previous article.
The NEXTY Awards recognize not only the most innovative edge of the natural, organic, and healthy products landscape, but also its deeply held social and environmental values. Further Products is one of two Editors' Choice winners in the Beauty and Natural Living category.
Bhutan, a small mountain nation in the Himalayas, is planning to go 100 percent organic by 2020. If they succeed, they’ll be the first country in the world to achieve the feat.