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November 1, 2019 2 min
Night Shifts and Diabetes by Dirk Martin
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R.A.T.S. is a CU Boulder student produced podcast featuring stories about the research and science carried out at CU Boulder. Seniors Molly Phannenstiel and Andres Belton explore a vast array of research topics ranging from social sciences to aerospace and physics. Each podcast — no more than three minutes — is packed full of information. Lab R.A.T.S. is produced by the Office University of Colorado Boulder Strategic Relations and ...
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Studies done in Colorado have shown that wildfires contaminate fresh water sources. Fernando Rosario-Ortiz is a professor in CU boulders Department of Civil,Environmental and Architectural Engineering and was apart of this study. CU Lab R.A.T.S talks to Fernando about the findings
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Robert Andrus talks about how hotter and drier summers paired with below-average snowpack winters is harming several tree species in the Colorado Front Range.
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Bright-light before bedtime disrupts preschoolers sleep patterns, study suggests Exposing preschoolers to bright light before bedtime is not a good idea, according to a new CU Boulder study. It almost completely shuts down their production of the sleep-promoting hormone melatonin, keeping it suppressed for at least 50 minutes after light's out, says lead author Lameese Akacem with the Sleep and Development Laboratory.
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Scientist Daniel Lee says eye expressions helped humans evolve as a species by helping us communicate with others.
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