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The tiny bots change shape based on the magnetic fields in their environment.
In the past few months, France, Germany, Canada and the U.K. have all announced initiatives to hire scientists from beyond their borders.
Instead of using the president's donations to balance budgets, departments that receive them are putting them to use on smaller projects.
The University of Colorado Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science is participating in a social media campaign to encourage more…
Scientists have discovered how to breathe life back into species that were once considered extinct — but doing that could have consequences.
Only one in five engineering students at DU is female and most say they didn't grow up wanting to be engineers.
Boeing is continuing its layoff trend with a round of cuts from its plant in Washington state.
York Space Systems will establish a new satellite manufacturing facility and control center on the MSU Denver campus.
A team of engineers designed a bulletproof shield made from Kevlar and aluminum that folds into an origami pattern.
John Glenn became the first American to orbit Earth despite not having a science degree.
New research suggests that girls, starting at age 6, are less likely than boys to believe their own gender is "really, really smart."
The U.S. Forest Service will be accepting applications starting Wednesday for wildland firefighter positions across the Rocky…