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    1. 31st Space Symposium gets under way Monday in Colorado Springs

      31st Space Symposium gets under way Monday in Colorado Springs

      COLORADO SPRINGS -- Monday marked the kickoff of the four-day 31st Space Symposium, set to run April 13-16 in Colorado Springs. The Space Symposium, presented by the Space Foundation, is considered the premier global, commercial, civil, military and newspace conference in the world. Since 1984, the Space Symposium – this year to be held in the Broadmoor Hotel – has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and plan for the future of space.

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    2. Vestas Wind Systems tops in global competition — again

      Vestas Wind Systems tops in global competition — again

      Vestas Wind Systems, the Danish wind turbine maker with four manufacturing plants in Colorado, ranked No. 1 in the world for new turbines installed during 2014, according to a report by research and consulting firm GlobalData. Each megawatt of wind power can support the electricity demands of about 300 homes. The list, according to GlobalData:

      1. Vestas Wind Systems, which installed 6,053 megawatts worth of wind turbines globally in 2014. Vestas also was ranked No.

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    3. NPR wonders if Denver is at the center of "The Silicon Valley of Agriculture"

      NPR wonders if Denver is at the center of "The Silicon Valley of Agriculture"

      NPR took a look at innovation and growth in Colorado's food industry.

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      New neighborhoods in Denver and other Northern Colorado cities are being structured around gardens, small farms and food hubs, taking the local food movement to a scale where it's actually having a measurable effect on the city's economy.

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    4. Colorado may be poised to become a hub for agricultural innovation

      Colorado may be poised to become a hub for agricultural innovation

      Colorado may soon be known as more than just a tech hub for startups. It may soon be the Silicon Valley of agricultural too. National Public Radio reports that not only are scientists publishing agricultural research conducted in the state in droves, but Front Range producers are also patenting record numbers of technology for food and plant genetics, as well as irrigation.

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    5. Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      A health-care technology campus called Stride in Denver's Cole neighborhood is now under construction, with the opening of the project's first phase planned in spring 2016. Stride will be located in a former warehouse building near the intersection of Brighton Boulevard and 38th Avenue. The building is being renovated now, said Jason Winkler of Wink Inc., the developer of Stride. The campus will serve as a hub for health-care technology companies in the same format as Industry and Battery 621,…

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    6. With $17M ProtectWise comes out of stealth to take on the world of cybersecurity

      With $17M ProtectWise comes out of stealth to take on the world of cybersecurity
      ProtectWise
      Target, Home Depot, and Sony are just a few of the many corporations in America suffering big computer systems hacks in the last 12 months. So bad has the cybersecurity landscape become that many hacked corporations still have not figured out what was stolen from them. The irony is, corporations were once running to embrace the Internet as a means of greater efficiency and better customer service.
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    7. New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      Meet people. Do stuff.

      The mission is simple at TwoNoo, an online networking site launched in Denver in October. Designed to help people make new friends with similar interests, such platforms are on the rise in Colorado.

      "It comes from a play on two people doing something new," founder Steve Keefe said of the name. "The goal is to make it a one-stop place for any type of event or activity."

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    8. HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor, formerly Service Magic, is opening a new sales office in Colorado Springs next month and plans to hire 100 employees by the end of the year.

      "We looked all over the country — and, frankly, all over the world — to try to figure out where is the next best place to open a new sales center," said Chris Terrill, CEO of the Golden company that helps consumers find vetted home-maintenance contractors. "We really liked Colorado Springs, and we liked the talent level there."

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    9. 3 C-level 'celebrities' talk CTA event, tech and more

      3 C-level 'celebrities' talk CTA event, tech and more

      The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) is putting on its 9th annual C-Level @ A Mile High event Thursday, March 19. The fundraiser connects more than 1,200 technology innovators with more than 65 executives — called "celebrities" — from local tech companies. Attendees bid for celebrities' time, in hopes of developing a lasting business relationship.

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    10. Colorado's a pilot region for Obama administration's TechHire job-training push

      Colorado's a pilot region for Obama administration's TechHire job-training push

      Colorado is among 21 regions chosen by the Obama administration as pilot areas for improving technology workforce development through public-private partnerships. The TechHire program, unveiled by the White House Monday, will work with a local coalition including the Colorado Technology Association, the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment, and the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT).

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    11. A Colorado company you've heard of and one you haven't make Fast Company's most-innovative list

      A Colorado company you've heard of and one you haven't make Fast Company's most-innovative list

      A great big Colorado company and an itty-bitty one share spots in Fast Company magazine's new report of the world's most innovative companies. At the risk of sounding like an Academy Awards presenter introduction: One company connects millions of people to satellite TV and is working hard to disrupt the pay-TV business; the other makes socks. Douglas County-based Dish Network Corp. and Boulder-based XOAB share the honor. XOAB is one of 10 Kickstarter-backed startup companies in Fast Company's…

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