Thursday, January 15, 2015
Amato's Ale House, Denver
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Amato's Ale House, Denver
Innovation positions Colorado's Front Range for growth in the agriculture and food system, according to a study Thursday from researchers at Colorado State University. The study found that published studies by Colorado ag researchers has increased by an average 3.25 percent per year between 1990 and 2012. And Colorado inventors have received 2,455 U.S. patents in agriculture and food production over the same period — an increase of 6.5 percent per year. The CSU study also looked at fundamental…
LOVELAND – Make: magazine, producer of the popular Maker Faire events, has named Aleph Objects’ LulzBot TAZ 4 the “Most Maker Machine” as part of the magazine’s Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2015.
Bent's Old Fort, a replica of an 1830s-'40s trading post on the old Santa Fe Trail that is one of southeast Colorado's top tourist attractions, is about to be captured by 21st century technology. The nonprofit Immersive Education Initiative says the fort will be "reconstructed virtually in the video game Minecraft and also as a fully immersive 3D virtual reality ... environment.
DENVER – FORTRUST announced the addition of 1.6MW of data module capacity at its data center in Denver -- the largest in the region – now with more than 300,000 square feet and 34 MW of data center capacity.
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The Colorado Department of Transportation first "Transportation Summit" in years is expected to draw about 400 people to the Westin Hotel downtown on Nov. 20 to discuss the business of transportation and the future of moving people around not only Denver, but the nation as well.
On Tuesday, 42 companies including Google, Zayo Group, and Rally Software will host open houses as part of NewCo Boulder. Joining them will be startups including Simple Energy and PivotDesk , along with Techstars. NewCo is “a networking event turned ...
BOULDER – Denver-based Galvanize said Thursday evening that it will lease two floors totaling 27,000 square at Pearl West.
"I just want to say one word to you. Just one word. .... Plastics."
Mr. McGuire to Benjamin Braddock in "The Graduate"
There's a great future in plastics.
At least, Chromatic Technologies Inc. believes there is, much like family friend Mr. McGuire conveyed to Benjamin Braddock in the 1967 movie "The Graduate."
It’s becoming an ever increasingly blurred line between big data and artificial intelligence.
A few months ago, Stephen Hawking opened the world’s eyes to the dangers of artificial intelligence (AI), warning that it has the potential of outsmarting humans in the financial markets.
Early in November, The Colorado Technology Association hosted its annual APEX Awards. This annual event recognizes both individuals and organizations that have contributed to the success of the state’s technology sector.
Gary Shapiro sat down with Scott Yates in the studio for his regular look at three Colorado companies, one "Early, But Interesting," one of "Colorado's Own," and one company that's "Crushing It."
Business owners today are actively deciding whether their next hire should be a person or a machine. After all, machines can work in the dark and don’t come with decades of HR case law requiring time off for holidays, personal illness, excessive overtime, chronic stress or anxiety.
If you’ve not heard the phrase “technological unemployment,” brace yourself; you’ll be hearing it a lot over the coming years.
It’s not exactly the season for lawn watering in Denver, but that doesn’t mean Rachio, a local maker of smart sprinklers, is taking a rest. Far from it.
Rachio recently released a new version of its app that allows users to control home irrigation systems with smartphones and tablets. The app is a key component of the startup’s Iro smart sprinkler system, which is for sale at Home Depot, Best Buy, the Apple Store, and online through Amazon and Rachio’s websites, among others.
Durango resident Annabel Stickle, 93, jokes that she starts each day the same way – checking obituaries on The Durango Herald website.“If my name isn’t there, I know it’s time for me to get going,” she says.Next, she browses news headlines. If she finds an intriguing story, she clicks on it,...
FORT COLLINS, Colo., Nov. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Otter Products LLC, maker of OtterBox® and LifeProof® protective cases for mobile devices, today announced that Peter Lindgren has been appointed chief executive officer and will continue serving as president of the company....
It was red carpet week for Colorado tech and life sciences companies, as the leading industry and advocacy associations honored the state’s top companies and individuals. Next week in Boulder, the Internet of Things’ promise in helping to solve global problems will take center stage.
Reaching the Apex: The Colorado Technology Association celebrated its annual Apex Awards gala in Denver.
Train stations once were among the world’s epicenters of connectivity and vitality. They represented the worth of a community as well as its future economic potential. That’s an ethos the O’Neil Group Company wishes to recreate at its Catalyst Campus, a collaborative work and education environment slated to open next summer in downtown Colorado Springs.… Continue Reading Catalyst Campus: path to the future
LOVELAND – Aleph Objects announced it has released two new products for advanced users of its LulzBot TAZ 3D printers.
Our current students in DaVinci Coders will be finishing up their studies with one final performance at Demo Day on Monday, December 22nd. Presentations will involve both solo and team efforts, along with no small amount of ingenuity.
Join us for this festive evening. Food, drinks, and awesomeness are also on the docket for the event.
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I know I’m getting old. I remember in 2007 when the idea of a super angel appeared, where successful entrepreneurs were suddenly angel investors making 10 or more seed investments a year. This was a “new” innovation that was celebrated with much fanfare.
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In August, Riggs Eckelberry flew into Aspen for a renewable energy conference, but perhaps surprisingly, his message concerned traditional energy development. He aimed to talk about his company’s algae-based system to help drillers clean up their water.
“They will save money, which to me is a pretty attractive case of win-win,” said Eckelberry, chief executive of OriginOil.
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