Tag: Kelsie Anson
Nobel Prize Committee Announces They Will Only Award Prizes to Women for Foreseeable Future
The response to this bold decision is mixed, Kelsie Anson reports
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.
The Science of SciFi: Rampage!
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson faces a terrifying foe: CRISPR.
Day In The Life: Jay (Alec) Kroll
Analytical chemist, education researcher, and LGBTQ+ advocate talks to Science Buffs reporter Kelsie Anson
The Science of Science Fiction: A Wrinkle in Time
Can string theory explain the Wrinkle in Time tesseract?
Battling the Flu: A protein’s new role in preventing influenza infection
As we brace ourselves for this winter’s flu, researchers at CU Boulder have discovered a new way that our cells fight off flu infection.
Ten-Hundred Word Challenge: Part 6
Graduate students Kelsie Anson, Graycen Wheeler, and Adrian Ramirez try and explain their research using ONLY the ten hundred most common English words! It’s the Ten-Hundred Word Challenge: Biochemical edition!