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A CU Boulder STEM Blog

Cold-brewed Crime

Local café catfishes thousands of patrons with unexpected decafs

CU Engineering Center reports that Ralphie has been a robot this whole time

The CU Boulder campus is reeling today after news broke that Ralphie V, beloved buffalo mascot, has been a robot the whole time.

Python-heart transplants, though controversial, have positive ssssssssside effectsssss

In an ethically murky experiment, scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder have successfully transplanted python hearts into three human patients.

When did Hurricane Maria become a disaster?

Fernando Briones on vulnerability in Puerto Rico and Dominica

Wildfires are increasing; how does that impact our air quality?

Wildfires are increasing and a scientific dream team want to know how that impacts our air quality.

The Ecology of People: Matt Burgess Brings a New Perspective to Economics

Rachel Gaspar writes about Matt Burgess, a new addition to the environmental studies department

Classifying Trees with Victoria Scholl

How to census our forests and protect the trees

Ten-hundred Word Challenge: Part 8

Graduate students Jimmy Negus, Ignacio Tripodi, and Kira Cozzolino describe their research only using the 1,000 most common English words.

Friendly bacteria help us make the most of our dinner

The Han lab at CU Boulder has shown how bacteria help their host absorb iron.