University of Colorado (CU)


Fri August 10, 2012

New Hardworking Oxidant Punches The Clock 24/7

The characteristic fog that surrounds the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina may in part be a result of a newly discovered chemical reaction.
Justin Gunter Flickr – Creative Commons

It’s long been thought that sulfur dioxide emissions from things like coal-burning power plants need to react in sunlight to make sulfuric acid in the atmosphere. But a new discovery suggests there might be more to the story.

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Thu August 9, 2012
London Olympics

Letters From London: August 9th

Owen Massey McKnight Flickr - Creative Commons

Freshly graduated and shipped off to London; Stephen Kasica is on assignment in London for the Olympics. He sent us this missive:

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Wed August 8, 2012

To Prevent A Tragedy, How Much Can A School Do?

Originally published on Wed August 8, 2012 4:15 pm

A Colorado judge on Thursday will consider whether to lift the gag order in the case of James Holmes, 24, who's accused of killing 12 and wounding dozens more at a movie theater last month.

NPR and other news organizations want access to case files, including a notebook that Holmes reportedly sent to a university psychiatrist before withdrawing from the school that may have described an attack.

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Tue August 7, 2012
London Olympics

Letters From London: August 7th

Shalaya Kipp, a CU Olympian, at the Tower of London on a much over-due sightseeing your now that the competition is over.
Stephen Kasica via Instagram


Sun August 5, 2012
London Olympics

Letters From London: August 5th

The official Nike style manual, don't leave home for the Olympics without it.
Stephen Kasica via Instagram