Slideshow: Recycling bones and skin from deceased donors
Engineers from Colorado are in Japan unpacking a large robot that will be used to help in the cleanup at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Kids who break bones can suffer growth plate injuries, which can lead to crooked limbs and surgery. Researchers think they've found an easier way to fix the problem.
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.
PTSD is often associated with soldiers returning from combat, but hospitals are seeing similar rates of PTSD diagnosis in civilians injured in their own neighborhoods.
Engineering students at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs have adapted Xbox technology to help stroke victims regain movement.
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.
Traditional tests only detect one or two drugs. A new test developed at the University of Colorado Denver can detect hundreds at one time.