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- CU-Boulder and NCAR researchers seek to reduce deadly air pollution from cooking emissions June 29th, 2014 @ 4:49pmA $1.5 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency will help researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and the National Center for Atmospheric Research measure pollution from re..
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- Energy and water professionals: CU-Boulder offers expanded degree options June 29th, 2014 @ 4:07pmThis is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared on Colorado.edu. A new educational partnership at the University of Colorado Boulder will provide expanded degree options for working professionals interested in specialized graduate education focused on energy and water. Beginning this fall, qualified students can earn both a Master of Engineering (ME) degree and..
- 4 Reasons to Attend the Martz Summer Conference at the Getches-Wilkinson Center May 19th, 2014 @ 11:13amGetches-Wilkinson Center in conjunction with the Air-Water-Gas Sustainability Research Network will host its 35th Annual Martz Summer Conference June 5-6, 2014 in Boulder at the University of Colorado Law School, Wolf Law Building. This year’s conference theme is: Water Quality Issues in Oil and Gas Development: The Evolving Framework of Regulation and Management In addition..
- CU-Boulder teams up with Mesa County to make snow-depth data free to water managers, farmers, public May 9th, 2014 @ 11:47amNew from Colorado.edu: A University of Colorado Boulder professor who developed a clever method to measure snow depth using GPS signals is collaborating with Western Slope officials to make the data freely available to a variety of users on a daily basis. CU-Boulder aerospace engineering sciences Professor Kristine Larson and her colleagues discovered in 2009..