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    1. Colorado Forest Service receives $250K grant to promote wood-to-energy projects across state

      Colorado Forest Service receives $250K grant to promote wood-to-energy projects across state

      FORT COLLINS – The Colorado State Forest Service has received a $250,000 grant from the USDA Forest Service Wood Education and Resource Center to promote the development of wood-to-energy projects across the state.

      The three-year grant is intended to help foresters and researchers address forest health and wildfire concerns by accelerating the creation of wood-energy facilities and technologies that use woody biomass.

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    2. Colorado company turns a runner problem into $4 million in sales

      Colorado company turns a runner problem into $4 million in sales

      For many runners, there's nothing more obnoxious than trying to figure out a way to carry basic necessities with you while you pound the pavement for a few miles. A Colorado startup sought to solve that problem, and with a $10,000 investment and product in-hand, showed up to a March 2012 runner's exposition to demonstrate their solution. "It sold out practically immediately," said Mia Do, product developer and co-founder of FlipBelt. "[People] were so excited about it.

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    3. Colorado companies land larger VC deals in second quarter

      Colorado companies land larger VC deals in second quarter

      Fewer venture capital deals were done in Colorado in the second quarter than in the first, but the deals were larger, according to a report released late Thursday.

      The state recorded 20 venture deals in the second quarter, down from 24 in the first quarter, but the amount invested rose to $150.8 million in the latest quarter, up from $112.8 million in the first quarter, said The MoneyTree Report by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association, based on data from Thomson Reuters.

      That…

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    4. UAV and robotics symposium draws a crowd to hear about drone potential for enhancing public safety operations

      UAV and robotics symposium draws a crowd to hear about drone potential for enhancing public safety operations

      By Steve Porter

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      LOVELAND – Unmanned drone aircraft are promising to radically change the future in many ways, and one major avenue of that change will likely be in the field of public safety.

      On Thursday, nearly 100 law enforcement, fire and emergency service workers learned about drone benefits and challenges on the near horizon during a public safety symposium on small unmanned aircraft and robotics held in the Budweiser Events Center at Larimer County’s Ranch fairgrounds complex.

      The free half-day symposium, hosted by the City of Loveland, Unmanned Experts and Loveland-based RoadNarrows Robotics, drew public safety personnel from ...

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    5. From Boulder to Broomfield: why these 3 startups chose Colorado

      From Boulder to Broomfield: why these 3 startups chose Colorado

      From Boulder to Colorado Springs, startups are popping up and tech businesses are rapidly expanding. Colorado Springs was recently named the top city for small businesses by the National Journal, though Denver recently got into a tiff with tech companies over an outdated software tax. So why is Colorado the best for your business? Here, three Colorado startups talk about why they each love their own tech community.

      Yuzen

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    6. How 3 Colorado startups are harnessing the power of data

      How 3 Colorado startups are harnessing the power of data

      There is so much data being collected each day, but it’s up to nimble companies to develop innovative ways for how to take advantage of it. Here are three Colorado startups incorporating data into their creative tech solutions:

      Valen Analytics

      Why they do what they do: Valen Analytics, which provides proprietary data, analytics and predictive modeling to help insurance carriers, was founded in 2002.

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    7. Webroot expands its enterprise class security solutions with BrightCloud service portfolio

      Webroot expands its enterprise class security solutions with BrightCloud service portfolio

      BROOMFIELD – Webroot, a market leader in cloud-based, real-time Internet threat detection, announced it is expanding its enterprise-class security solutions with the introduction of BrightCloud Security Services for Enterprise.

      The product is a new portfolio of services that makes Webroot’s threat intelligence available through integration with popular network security and management platforms.

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    8. ViaWest opens Compark, its fifth Denver area data center, in Denver Technology Center

      ViaWest opens Compark, its fifth Denver area data center, in Denver Technology Center

      DENVER – ViaWest, a leading colocation, managed services and cloud provider in North America, today announced the opening of its Compark data center located in the Denver Tech Center.

      The highly redundant facility boasts fault-tolerant design and high-density configurations supporting 700-plus watts per square foot, the company said.

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    9. Getting these companies commercialized

      Getting these companies commercialized

      Building the system and getting the companies commercialized 1584_ 7/14/14 - EY Entrepreneur Finalist Jeff Pruitt is founding partner and CEO of Tallwave a venture development and venture capital firm. Jeff said they've connected a consulting firm, sleeves-rolled-up, hands-on, taking companies through the validation process, creating product / market fit and then actually commercializing companies on one side of the business - the venture capital on the other side.

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    10. Lockheed Martin Space Systems sees opportunities in British space efforts

      Lockheed Martin Space Systems sees opportunities in British space efforts

      Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. has a new technology office in England and is looking to be part of the United Kingdom’s push to expand its space capabilities. The office at the new UK Space Gateway is an off-shoot of the London-based Lockheed Martin UK division of defense and aerospace giant Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT), which is based in Bethesda, Maryland.

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