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A CU Boulder STEM Blog

Policy, postcards and pints

How CU Boulder graduate students are advocating for science.

Arpeggio Biosciences is studying “dark DNA”

This CU Boulder start-up is off to a running start with ambitious goals.

Did Astronaut Scott Kelly Turn Into A Monkey?

Is Kelly now less related to his twin than he is to a zoo animal? Fortunately for Kelly, early headlines were shockingly false.

Day In The Life: Jay (Alec) Kroll

Analytical chemist, education researcher, and LGBTQ+ advocate talks to Science Buffs reporter Kelsie Anson

Ten-hundred Word Challenge: Part 7

Graduate students Tom Aunins, Kaitlin McCreery and Max Levy describe their research only using the 1,000 most common English words.

Clean hair, dirty air: how personal care products may be a cause of air pollution

Everyday chemical products contribute significantly more to urban air pollution than previously thought.