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Tracking Earth's Most Abundant Greenhouse Gas


CU-Boulder climate scientist David Noone is spending the month of October leading a ground-breaking research effort to track Earth's most abundant greenhouse gas from the top of Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano. Noone's research team is writing about their water vapor-tracking research in weekly posts from the field.


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NIST/CU-Boulder Scientists Create a New Form of Matter: Deborah Jin (left), MacArthur Recipient; Markus Greiner; and Cindy Regal. © Geoffrey Wheeler

Awards and Honors

Grammy Awards

Takács Quartet, Dave Grusin, Glenn Miller

MacArthur Fellowship

Deborah Jin, NIST and physics

Daniel Jurafsky, linguistics

Norman Pace, biology

Nobel Prize

John Hall, JILA and physics

Carl E Wieman, physics and JILA

Eric A. Cornell, JILA and physics

Thomas Cech, chemistry and biochemistry

Other Faculty Honors