Coloradan Magazine

University of Colorado Boulder

Colorado Bookstore on The Hill to Close

A bookstore has stood at the northwest corner of Broadway and College Avenue — 1111 Broadway — for 50 years. It won’t much longer: The Colorado Bookstore building was available for lease over the winter, and an owner of the property told the Boulder Daily Camera he expects the store to close this spring.

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Enabling Pregnancy

A low-cost infertility treatment based on technology developed at CU-Boulder is expected to become available in Africa in 2015.

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Nature the stress-reliever

School playgrounds that incorporate elements of the natural world can help reduce children’s stress and intensify their ability to focus, according to a CU-Boulder-led study.

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Heard around campus

“If it’s really that dangerous, and if even just a fraction of people stop using their phones, we would expect to find some decrease in accidents. But we didn’t find any statistical evidence of a reduction.

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Earth-moving Science

Between January 1 and May 2 of this year, Oklahoma experienced 145 earthquakes with a magnitude of 3.0 or greater. Not long ago the state averaged two a year.

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A Change in the Amazon Basin

The ecosystems in the Amazon Basin may release more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than they absorb, according to a study co-led by CU-Boulder researchers. The reason? A changing climate.

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Hindsight Is 2020

U.S. passport control agents may need to order more rubber stamp pads to accommodate the influx of CU-Boulder students studying abroad by 2020.

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