University of Colorado researcher risks life and limb for science in Nepal.
Two years ago today, the sun spit out a storm powerful enough to shut down the Internet, GPS, satellites and more. It nearly happened, too.
A Colorado researcher says the fragment of a tiny jawbone found in British Columbia may belong to a hedgehog that was the size of your thumb.
Donated body parts -- from people who have recently died -- are sterilized and then shaped to fit specific patients.
Astronomer Doug Duncan talks about microscopic creatures that can survive in space, the age of the earth and how we really are star dust.
Author and scientist Jeffrey Bennett is on a quest to help all of us understand Albert Einstein’s most famous theories.
To mark the 125th anniversary of the Geological Society of America, based in Boulder, a local composer wrote “Formations.” It's a symphony inspired by Colorado’s geology through the years.