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Thursday, October 8,2015

Leaving science to the scientists

By Travis Metcalfe
When Pope Francis addressed Congress last month he asserted that “climate change is a problem that can no longer be left to a future generation,” casting it as a moral issue rather than a political one.
Monday, April 11,2011

Are we alone in the universe?

By Matt Benjamin and Chris Maytag
Biologists have been deepening our understanding of what kinds of environments life might need to flourish, and have found terrestrial life appearing pretty much everywhere they’ve looked, including in some of the most inhospitable places one might imagine. Meanwhile, astronomers have been looking more deeply, and with better instruments, into the universe around us, and have discovered that planets appear to be quite common in the cosmos, as are the chemical ingredients we know that life seems to require here on Earth.
Monday, February 28,2011

Unraveling misconceptions of climate change

By Matt Benjamin
To those of us living in Boulder and surrounding communities, it may come as a surprise that many people remain unconvinced that the use of fossil fuels is the main contributor to current climate change.
Thursday, February 3,2011

2011 Preview of Science Headlines

The Fiske Planetarium and Science Center at CU-Boulder is proud to bring you a new monthly column on current topics in the earth and space sciences. Here are some developing science and technology headlines that are sure to spark imagination and curiosity. In the coming months, we’ll take a closer look at these and other topics.