Learn more about Jennifer Doudna, the glass ceiling shattering biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry yesterday.
Jennifer, a professor of biochemistry at University of California Berkeley and former postdoc researcher in the Cech Lab at CU Boulder, shares the award with French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier, marking the first time in history that a science Nobel has been won by two women together.
Thirty years after beginning her training as a postdoctoral scholar in the CU Boulder lab of Nobel laureate Thomas Cech, biochemist Jennifer Doudna on Wednesday won her own Nobel Prize for Chemistry for the co-development of the revolutionary genome editing tool CRISPR-Cas9. The win, shared with Fre…
This past week we were out at Louisville Middle School and caught up with Stepha…
This past week we were out at Louisville Middle School and caught up with Stephanie Steinhoff, the school’s Kitchen Satellite Lead. After a brief stint, helping to keep Emerald Elementary School clean during the pandemic, Stephanie couldn’t be happier to be back at her building and serving students…
A big Buffs THANK YOU to those who are working hard on the multiple fires in Col…
A big Buffs THANK YOU to those who are working hard on the multiple fires in Colorado. Below is an update about the #LeftHandCanyonF
From the Provost and COO – Spring semester to start Jan. 14
Building upon lessons from fall, our spring 2021 semester will start Jan. 14 and deliver a more robust campus experience while continuing to comply with the latest COVID-19 public health guidance.
Read details about the schedule and operational updates at the link below:
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