Researchers have patented a microchip with tiny tubes that mimic blood vessels and blood flow. The technology, which is still in the lab, holds promise for improving medical treatment for people with blood disorders.
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Aspen’s DJ Naka G says one high-profile U.S. rider would take Guns ‘n Roses over pop music anyday.
In addition to a drop in the number of individuals infected with HIV, fewer Coloradans who have HIV go on to develop AIDS.
The new farm bill will affect growers, ranchers and consumers in Colorado.
In the sport of skijoring, horses tow skiers over jumps and around obstacles. Colorado is home to several skijoring festivals.
Paper Bird’s Esme Patterson releases her second solo album this spring, responding to songs by The Beatles, Elvis Costello and others from the perspective of their female subjects.
In the past few weeks, four teenagers in Douglas County have committed suicide. The incidents coincide with a new national study that finds teens reporting extreme stress, anxiety and depression.
Two prominent members of the scientific community explore whether recent floods, fires and drought were caused by climate change and human actions.