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    1. Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix is a Denver startup making printed 3D products like pots and practical items like replacement lids for Nalgene bottles.

      Josh and Haley Goldstein, husband and wife and architect and graphic designer, respectively, own the company. Josh makes the designs using algorithmic scripts and his wife designs the packaging and is doing the marketing.

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    2. Colorado launches '#StateOfKind' challenge with Denver-based Wayin

      Colorado launches '#StateOfKind' challenge with Denver-based Wayin

      In Gov. John Hickenlooper's second inaugural address he set forth a challenge for all Coloradans: to collectively perform 10,000 acts of kindness by the Biennial of the Americas in on July 14. Participation is simple, thanks to Denver's Wayin, which aggregates social media content.

      Participants will perform an act of goodwill then use the hashtag #StateOfKind. Wayin collects the information and posts it to www.stateofkind.co which has a counter showing how many acts of kindness its recorded.

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    3. Denver rises in top 10 ranking for science, tech professionals (Slideshow)

      Denver rises in top 10 ranking for science, tech professionals (Slideshow)

      The Denver metro area is inching its way up the list of top places for STEM graduates. STEM refers to the science, technology, engineering and math sectors, and is associated with statewide initiatives to draw companies to the state, as well as produce graduates with degrees in those fields. After claiming the No. 9 spot on a NerdWallet ranking last July, the Denver metro area landed the No. 4 spot on a recent WalletHub ranking that looks at the best and worst areas for STEM professionals.

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    4. Regional report: Northern Colorado

      Regional report: Northern Colorado

      Northern Colorado boasts some of the state’s fastest growing communities, and area businesses have been key participants in that surge.

      The business triangle of Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland has benefited from construction and staff expansions at large companies such as Avago Technologies and Leprino Foods, while innovative startups have taken advantage of incubators, entrepreneurial competitions and other support from economic-development groups.

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    5. 4 Colorado cities rank among nation's 20 'best performing' for jobs, tech (Slideshow)

      4 Colorado cities rank among nation's 20 'best performing' for jobs, tech (Slideshow)

      Denver and three other Colorado metro areas are among the nation's top 20 "best-performing cities" of 2014, according to an annual report released Thursday by the Milken Institute. The report aims to identify "where America's jobs are created and sustained. "

      The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area comes in at No. 12 on the list, up from No. 15 in 2013. • For the ranking of three other Colorado cities in the top 20, as well as other U.S. cities, click on the image above. Milken — an economic…

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    6. Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Artifact Uprising, the fast-growing Denver online photobook startup, has been bought by Visual Supply Co., an Oakland, California-based maker of apps and software for creative industries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Artifact Uprising will remain in Denver as an autonomous business, the companies said. The deal is intended to help the 14-employee Artifact Uprising expand and keep adding online sales of its hand-crafted photobooks.

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    7. 5 Colorado startups to help you make the most out of 2015

      5 Colorado startups to help you make the most out of 2015
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      It's that time again. That time when you look back at the past 12 months and resolve not to eat so many cookies, skip the gym so much, and be such a workaholic. With so much amazing technology available at our fingertips, especially from local companies grown in Colorado, there's no excuse not to put those resolutions into action this year by utilizing these local startups and their products. If your resolution is to...

      Get fit:

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    8. Colorado Springs faces tough question: Where have all the workers gone?

      Colorado Springs faces tough question: Where have all the workers gone?

      On the surface, the numbers are encouraging: The Colorado Springs area's unemployment rate declined by nearly a third, from 7.8 percent in October 2013 to 5.4 percent in October of this year.

      But dig a little deeper, and a bleaker picture emerges. Nearly half of the drop in the jobless rate resulted from more than 3,500 area residents leaving the local labor force. The cause is unclear, since there's no up-to-the-minute Census data that might help explain it.

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