Current Chapter News

Jun
23
Posted By IngberJeanine
Jun
21
Posted By IngberJeanine
A crew of CU Denver engineering students is among 30 teams from the U.S., Canada, and Europe whose designs for a high-speed transport system won them an opportunity to build and test their vehicle.  The competition, which started with over 1,300 applicants, was inspired by entrepreneur Elon Musk’s vision, which he calls a Hyperloop, of aluminum capsules traveling through low-pressure tubes at more than 750 miles per hour.  CU Denver’s 12-member Team HyperLynx, one of only 130 of the original applicants selected to submit its design, is now hard at work constructing its prototype vehicle and preparing for the performance competition in California in June.                 Aptly called Team Hyperlinx, the group is made...
Dec
05
Posted By IngberJeanine
ARCS members Lyda Ludeman and Ann Lowdermilk attend Bioscience 2 Building open house.
Nov
30
Posted By IngberJeanine
ARCS Foundation Colorado Chapter
Feb
10
Posted By IngberJeanine
In the Wall Street Journal, Michael S. Malone writes that grant recipients younger than 36 fell to 3% in 2010 emphasizing the important contribution of ARCS Foundation in the advancement of science by funding early stage research.  Read about ARCS Foundation in the Wall Street Journal.
Feb
10
Posted By IngberJeanine
  Special thanks to Chris Tucker for creating this video.    
Jun
09
Posted By baberry
The 2014 ARCS Foundation Colorado Chapter Gala was held on May 2, 2014 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.  We raised a record $125,000 with the silent and live auction items as well as the annual "Support Our Scholars" (SOS).  Dr. David Wineland, Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and CU Boulder, was the 2013-2014 Honoree.  Dave Aguilera, Meteorologist for CBS4 Denver, was the Master of Ceremonies.  Thanks to all who attended and contributed to a record fund-raising event to advance science in America!