Grad Student Snapshot: Vaishnavi Viswanathan

Vaishnavi Viswanathan is an artist with a thing for computers.

How Exercise and Recovery Produce Olympic Success

Today in Rio, CU Boulder’s own Emma Coburn won the Bronze Medal in the Finals of the Steeplechase, a 3000 meter race over barriers and water.

#ThanksScience – Keeping money safe

U.S. scientists have been inventing advanced anti-counterfeiting technologies as far back as Benjamin Franklin.

Rio 2016: This is your Olympian on dope

At the Olympics opening ceremony today, we’ll see a lot of excitement, a lot of patriotism, and a lot of hope. What we won’t see are a lot of Russian track athletes.

Flavor tripping on the REAL miracle fruit

Are you ready to experience fruit like never before?

Law & Order: Microbiome Unit

Like the infamous Pig-Pen from the Charlie Brown comics, we constantly jettison our skin microbes into the air and onto the surfaces we touch.

Research on caffeine and health suggests it’s all about the timing

Consuming caffeine in adolescence can alter the brain to become more sensitive to addictive drugs in adulthood, according to a study by CU Boulder neuroscientists.