In-house broadcast studio launches for faculty, university affiliates

first_imgAir pollution exposure during pregnancy may boost babies’ obesity risk New research shows pregnant women exposed to higher levels of air pollution have babies who grow unusually fast in the first months after birth, putting on excess fat that puts them at risk of obesity and related diseases later in life. Read more HD videoLive or recorded interviewsProfessional lightingCustomizable electronic backdropConnections via VideoLink, Skype, Facebook Live, YouTubeBroadcast-quality IP/ISDN audio for radioCentral location at 3100 Marine St. in Boulder  Faculty Experts      Info for Guests Functions & Technical Capabilities Booking [email protected]​ 303-735-0122 617-340-4300 (VideoLink) More News Headlinescenter_img Researchers develop tool to aid in development, efficiency of hydrogen-powered cars Widespread adoption of hydrogen-powered vehicles requires fuel cells that can convert hydrogen and oxygen safely into water—a serious implementation problem. Researchers at CU Boulder are addressing one aspect of that roadblock. Read more Today’s news cycle is busy. In-person interviews aren’t always feasible. But great stories often still need CU Boulder’s experts, athletes and leaders to lend their voices. CU Boulder’s in-house broadcast studio system enables university affiliates to easily conduct high-quality remote interviews with television and radio stations around the country. News Headlines As more climate migrants cross borders seeking refuge, laws will need to adapt Climate migrants don’t fit neatly into the legal definitions of refugee or migrant, and that can leave them in limbo. The Biden administration is debating how to identify and help them. Associate Professor Amanda Carrico and colleagues share on The Conversation. Read more last_img

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