Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder show off the waterless toilet that converts waste into biochar, a highly-porous charcoal that can be used for fuel.
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The state is working on its first water plan to address the projected gap between how much water Colorado has and what the state needs.
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Industrial hemp is legal in Colorado, but growers have many unanswered questions.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, April 3-6.
As the Colorado Rockies look to the first home game at Coors Field, Colorado Matters' resident poet, David Rothman, reflects on falling in love with the game.
The company says it will be one of the most energy-efficient buildings in the country, and a showcase for green architecture and design. –
A project at the University of Colorado-Boulder aims to get girls excited about computer coding through Scalable Game Design.
New state data indicates that all 64 counties in Colorado are at high risk for radon.