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High altitude science at CU-Boulder demands dedication, athleticism

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Published on Nov 1, 2012

A special kind of high-altitude athleticism is needed to work in Colorado's most extreme environments. For CU-Boulder scientists like graduate student Courtney Naff, it's an inspiring place to push the boundaries of body and mind. An extended version of the story seen on the Pac12 Network. Visit www.colorado.edu for more information.

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