Teen Science Cafe: Watt’s Up With Your Brain?

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Electrochemistry and Neuroscience Electrochemistry and neuroscience intersect in the Sombers Lab. Leslie Sombers uses techniques that involve shocking cells to release dopamine, among other neurotransmitters, to study the miniscule changes […]

Black Holes and the Fate of Galaxies

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Do you know high school students who have wondered about black holes and what makes them among the most mysterious objects in the universe? Or how the largest black holes […]

Respiratory, Cardiac, and Immune Related Disorders

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Want to learn about research in respiratory, cardiac, and immune related disorders? Join us at our upcoming Denver Teen Science Café on December 5, 2020 @ 1:00pm. Our upcoming virtual […]

Biomimetic Membranes and Nanotechnology

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“Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink” says Samuel Taylor Coleridge in The Ancient Mariner (1834). Freshwater is undoubtedly a limited resource in the 21st century. Novel materials and […]

The Scariest Things in the Universe Are Black Holes

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The Scariest Things in the Universe Are Black Holes (and falling into a black hole is easily the worst way to die!) Presented by: Christopher Impey University Distinguished Professor of […]

World of 7 Billion Student Video Contest

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The World of 7 Billion student video contest bring technology and creativity into your middle and high school classes. The contest challenges students to create a short video connecting world […]