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UC Boulder has more than 90 research centers, institutes and laboratories focusing on fields ranging from astrobiology to pharmaceutical biotechnology.

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  • 2018 Total R&D Expenditures$514,573,000
  • Ranked 50th in Total R&D Expenditures
  • 2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $41,637,000
  • 2020 Total NIH funding: $53,329,902
  • The University of Colorado Boulder received $3.8 million in 2019 from the National Institute on Aging, to research the extent to which sleep disruption contributes to Alzheimer's Disease.
  • The National Institute on Aging awarded The University of Colorado over $2.6 million in 2020.  The project will study the role of exosomes in the propagation of Alzheimer's disease-related cytotoxic molecules, to facilitate the development of new therapies. 

  • The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute was awarded $8.6 million in 2019 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.  The Institute has received $17.8 million in NIH funds since 2018.


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"The venue for the product show was really well situated between the lab buildings. The researchers in attendance showed genuine interest in the products and services. The room offered additional opportunities for vendors and researchers to talk." - T. L., Exhibitor, University of Colorado, Boulder BCI event

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