Scientists wait on Congress

January 15, 2007

From NREL to NOAA, researchers in Colo. left in funding limbo By Katy Human Denver Post Staff Writer New solar-energy research pushed by President Bush last year is on hold in Colorado labs because the (Read More)

Ex-DPS trustee joins state education board

January 15, 2007

By Karen Rouse Denver Post Staff Writer Democrats selected a former Denver school board member Sunday to represent the 1st Congressional District on the State Board of Education. Elaine Gantz Berman, the east-central Denver representative (Read More)

Clues About the Gender Gap

January 15, 2007

Jan. 15 The growing gender gap in college enrollments and outcomes is a vexing problem, and no single, simple explanation or potential solution exists. But a new survey of incoming freshmen suggests that those concerned (Read More)

UCCS 1st in league to upend Mavericks

January 14, 2007

UCCS MEN 98, MESA STATE 87 By SORAYA NADIA McDONALD THE GAZETTE Colorado-Colorado Springs kept Mesa State from sweeping the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Eastern Division with a 98-87 win Saturday before a capacity crowd (Read More)

the great escape

January 14, 2007

Local moviegoers just wanna have good, clean fun By ANDREW WINEKE THE GAZETTE Hot? Nanny McPhee. The Nativity Story. Eragon. Not? Borat. Jackass: Number Two. The Inside Man. In Colorado Springs movie theaters, family films (Read More)

Scientifically speaking

January 13, 2007

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Morrison Museum | The Morrison Natural History Museum, 501 Colo. Highway 8, needs volunteers to teach about local fossils and rocks using hands-on exhibits and interactive demonstrations. Training and mentorship provided. Volunteers are (Read More)

UCCS wins in last minute

January 13, 2007

Fuller s jumper lifts team over Fort Lewis Nic Fuller hit a pull-up jumper with 9.7 seconds remaining to lift the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to an 89-87 victory over the Fort Lewis (Read More)

Colorado’s aerospace odyssey

January 13, 2007

Fifty years ago, a Boulder glass-jar company forged a partnership with some CU scientists, launching Colorado as a key location for space-based research and innovation. The sector could be poised for a new blastoff in (Read More)

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