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    1. CDOT's $500K RoadX challenge open through February

      CDOT's $500K RoadX challenge open through February

      The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) launched the RoadX Bicycle and Pedestrian Challenge in 2016 to develop better systems to help those on foot and bicycles travel more safely. The RoadX challenge is open to proposals through Feb. 27. The challenge is made through a partnership with the Colorado Innovation Network's Imagine Colorado.

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    2. CDOT announces Colorado selected as semifinalist to build super-fast hyperloop between Greeley, DIA

      CDOT announces Colorado selected as semifinalist to build super-fast hyperloop between Greeley, DIA

      Hyperloop One is reinventing transportation by developing the world’s first Hyperloop, an integrated structure to move passengers and cargo between two points immediately, safely, efficiently, and sustainably. Our team has the world’s leading experts in engineering, technology and transport project delivery, working in tandem with global partners and investors to make Hyperloop a reality, now.

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    3. Denver entrepreneur incubator scores foundation grant

      Denver entrepreneur incubator scores foundation grant

      Denver's public campus and incubator aimed at working with entrepreneurs has landed a $400,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to help women and minority entrepreneurs. The Commons on Champa, a campus for entrepreneurs that opened in 2015 at 245 Champa St., was launched and is run by the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP).

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    4. DigitalGlobe Announces the Successful Launch of WorldView-4

      DigitalGlobe Announces the Successful Launch of WorldView-4

      DigitalGlobe, Inc. ( DGI ), the global leader in earth imagery and information about our changing planet, today announced the successful launch of WorldView-4, the company’s newest high-accuracy, high-resolution commercial imaging satellite. DigitalGlobe acquired signals from the satellite indicating its proper position and health 45 minutes after its launch aboard an Atlas V rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

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    5. CU alumni create scholarship fund in Jason Mendelson’s name

      CU alumni create scholarship fund in Jason Mendelson’s name

      BOULDER – A group of former University of Colorado Boulder graduate students has created a fund in adjunct professor Jason Mendelson’s name that is aimed at promoting entrepreneurship on the CU campus.

      The $50,000 Jason Mendelson Entrepreneurial Award Fund was formed with $50,000 by alumni of the CU law school’s Venture Capital and Private Equity course that is co-taught by Mendelson and law professor Brad Bernthal.

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    6. COIN announces new direction

      COIN announces new direction

      The Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) is announcing a new focus and direction to place Colorado at the forefront of the civic disruption conversation. The organization will concentrate on public sector innovation.COIN is a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade with the mission of advancing connections in the global innovation ecosystem to place Colorado as a leader in innovation...

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    7. Colorado's DigitalGlobe helps track Hurricane Matthew damage from space (Video)

      Colorado's DigitalGlobe helps track Hurricane Matthew damage from space (Video)

      We’re getting a look, from a unique angle, at the destruction Hurricane Matthew did to parts of Haiti. DigitalGlobe Inc., a Colorado company that does earth imagery taken from satellites, took pictures of six Haitian towns, before and after Hurricane Matthew hit the area. The towns are along the western side of Haiti’s southern peninsula. The after pictures were taken on Oct. 9, a few days after the hurricane moved through the area. More than 500 people were killed when the hurricane pummeled…

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    8. 'Gamification' brings video-game approach to learning for Colorado Springs school district | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      'Gamification' brings video-game approach to learning for Colorado Springs school district | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      More than 100 educators from elementary, middle and high schools in Academy School District 20 will play games Friday, all in the name of learning. Next semester, some students will apply the strategies of Warrior, Sage and other gaming characters in math, science, social studies and English lessons. Eagleview Middle School is hosting a day-long training in the developing classroom trend of gamification, or game mechanics.

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    9. Colorado School of Mines gets into the crowdfunding game

      Colorado School of Mines gets into the crowdfunding game

      The Colorado School of Mines in Golden is getting in on the crowdfunding game, launching a platform where students, faculty and staff can share their projects and collect donations. "By showcasing some innovative projects from our talented faculty and students, the Mines community can help them reach their goals," said Brian Winkelbauer, Mines Foundation president and CEO. The website, called "Gold Mine," launched Tuesday...

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