Tag: Bridget Menasche

Air quality from Greeley to Ghana

CU Boulder scientists, in collaboration with scientists all over the world, are studying air quality with new technology and local help. 

Scientists across the country map insects inside our homes: most use swabs, a handful use sequencers

Until recently, we didn’t know how many arthropods lived with us, or how those species were spread across the United States.

We can do it: advocating for science

“Democracy is not a spectator sport”– get into the arena!

Policy, postcards and pints

How CU Boulder graduate students are advocating for science.

Ten-hundred word challenge, part two: Sick bags and muscle parts in the brain

Our writers take a crack at simplifying their research on how immune cells target and kill cancer cells, and why muscle proteins have been found in brain and ear cells.

DAT isn’t all that: Cocaine also activates immune cells in the brain, increasing reward and addiction

By figuring out exactly what happens in the brain during drug use, researchers step closer to developing medication that can treat drug abuse.

Modeling pathogen transmission: how different factors shape disease transfer between species

Now that it’s flu season, most of us are worried about catching the virus from a sneezing coworker.