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    1. CTA, Sen. Gardner create legislative initiative to aid tech community

      CTA, Sen. Gardner create legislative initiative to aid tech community

      DENVER — The Colorado Technology Association is partnering with Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., to gather input from the state’s tech sector that will be used to enact legislation that would promote technology in Colorado and throughout the nation. The One More Job/One More Innovation Initiative will collect ideas from the state’s tech community about federal regulations that should be repealed or reworked to spur innovation and the creation of new jobs, and any other challenges facing the tech community.

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    2. Boomtown expands partnership with Colorado BioScience Association

      BOULDER — Startup accelerator Boomtown in Boulder said on Wednesday its teams and alumni in the health-tech sector will be provided with a 12-month, complimentary membership to Colorado BioScience Association. “We are incredibly excited to deepen our relationship with CBSA,” said Tom Base, managing director of HealthTech at Boomtown.

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    3. Seven Colorado organizations collaborate to open ‘The Venture Zone’

      Seven Colorado organizations collaborate to open ‘The Venture Zone’

      DENVER -- In a move aimed at supporting and accelerating entrepreneurial growth statewide, seven established organizations in the venture community have created “The Venture Zone,” a workspace that provides startups with access to valuable and varied resources - from early-stage ideation to exit path and every point in between.

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    4. 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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    5. Couragion named "Startup of the Year" at 16th annual APEX Awards

      Couragion named "Startup of the Year" at 16th annual APEX Awards

      The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) held its 16th annual APEX Awards, which recognizes the accomplishments of Colorado technology companies. The CTA recognized 10 people and companies for their achievements in the past year. The Startup of the Year award was granted to Couragion, which aims to help students get into STEM careers. Couragion was selected as the most promising tech company under two years of age.

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    6. Special Report: Colorado Technology Association awards 2016

      Special Report: Colorado Technology Association awards 2016

      The 16th annual APEX Awards, hosted by Colorado Technology Association, held Nov. 9, recognized the exceptional individuals, companies and accomplishments of Colorado’s technology community. After individual and company nominations from across the state were submitted, a panel of judges and past APEX Award winner committees narrowed down the field.

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    7. Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Original art, a massage center, a rooftop deck, an open bar...you might rightly ask how anyone gets anything done in such an environment. But designing offices to feel a little less like work is the intent of real estate developer Grant Barnhill, whose adventures in co-working began when he found himself with extra space to rent in one of his office buildings in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood a few years back...

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    8. Inside DU's new $60 million STEM facility (Photos)

      Inside DU's new $60 million STEM facility (Photos)

      The University of Denver's five-story, $60 million STEM building that houses the Engineering and Computer Science School officially opened Friday. The 110,000-square-foot space includes communal spaces, a machine shop and classrooms for things like mechatronics systems engineering, robotics and bioengineering. It also will house the new Knoebel Institute for Health Aging...

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    9. New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity consultant, to head the center as of Saturday.

      Board members unanimously selected Rios from 13 applicants, including two other finalists who were interviewed by the board, said Ed Anderson, the center's interim executive director...

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    10. Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      The technology sector now makes up more than 11 percent of Colorado's. To support further growth, the Colorado Technology Association will host the Colorado Tech Summit on Oct. 19 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. Gov. John Hickenlooper will open one of the sessions discussing cybersecurity and Colorado's role in the industry...

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