Diabetic children skied at Breckenridge recently to test out a new device that delivers insulin automatically.
Colorado researchers are studying a disease that's led some parts of Central America to be called "Land of the Widows."
A chemical used to replace ones that damaged the ozone turn into a greenhouse gas that persists for 50,000 years.
Scientists come from around the world to the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory to study the water, flora and fauna.
Boulder researchers say the illegal drug, which has been abused by recreational users, appears to have long-term benefits for those suffering from highly traumatic experiences.
Andrzej Stewart -- who until recently worked in space operations at Lockheed Martin in Littleton -- will spend a year in isolation with five others at a solar-powered dome in Hawaii.
While Scott Kelly lives at the International Space Station, his twin, Mark Kelly -- husband of former Sen. Gabrielle Giffords -- will remain earthbound so scientists can compare reactions to different environments.
Philippa Marrack and her husband John Kappler head to Israel this week to accept the prestigious Wolf Prize in medicine for work on T-cells and the immune system.
Doctors at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver are part of a pilot program experimenting with a device that doesn't require surgery like the pacemaker currently on the market.