Members of the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission will join Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General and former Colorado Law dean, to discuss issues related to trustworthiness in tech.
Register now to attend the biggest Destination Startup yet. Twenty-five startups from 10 different universities across six states in the Rocky Mountain region (including seven from CU Boulder) will showcase their technologies, drawing investors from around the world.
From the financial fraudsters of Enron to Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, the failings of corporate titans are regular fixtures in the news. But what drives wealthy and powerful people to commit white-collar crime?
New research suggests drugs called PARP inhibitors, designed to treat breast and ovarian cancers, work differently than previously presumed. It also shines a light on how they do work, opening the door for improved next-generation drugs.
Colorado business continues to improve from its lows in March and April 2020 but the recovery may be slowing, according to a report released by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and CU Boulder researchers.
In this Q&A, aerospace engineer Iain Boyd talks about what happens to vehicles when they hit speeds of 4,000 miles per hour or more and how those conditions might affect efforts to land humans on Mars.
When a Utah couple dug up the remains of a horse near the city of Provo, researchers suspected that they may have discovered an animal that lived during the last Ice Age. New results suggest a different story.