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CU-Boulder awarded $2.6 million from NSF for Carbon, Climate and Society study

A $2.6 million National Science Foundation grant to the University of Colorado at Boulder will allow scores of students from the natural sciences, social sciences and journalism fields to join forces and explore novel solutions to environmental problems.

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Arctic temperatures warmest in past four centuries, says study

Arctic temperatures in the late 20th century, which were the warmest in four centuries, have been accompanied by a variety of other environmental changes, according to a review paper published in mid-July by a group of the world's leading Arctic researchers.

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Undergraduate research program takes CU student to the top of the world

In November 1999, CU-Boulder senior Sarah Blakeslee found herself in a place she never would have imagined. She was standing atop 18,900-foot Antisana Peak in Ecuador, part of an international science team studying a retreating South American glacier.

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INSTAAR’s journal ranked best in Geography

AAAR was ranked as the number one Geography journal by the prestigious Institute of Scientific Information based on impact and citations.

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INSTAAR to hold Open House events

500 K-12 students will attend an open house on November 20, and the public is invited to an open house November 21.

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CU-Boulder developing $1 million science project for Alaskan students

A CU-Boulder researcher is developing an interactive computer program for Alaskan middle school students to interest them in science and show them that natural sciences don't necessarily conflict with traditional American Indian views of nature.

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