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    1. Press Release | Press Releases | Newsroom | U.S. Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado

      Press Release | Press Releases | Newsroom | U.S. Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado

      Washington, DC – The United States Senate approved the American Innovation and Competitiveness Act, a bicameral, bipartisan legislative compromise originally introduced by Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Gary Peters (D-MI), along with John Thune (R-SD), and Bill Nelson (D-FL), that maximizes basic research opportunities, reduces administrative burdens for researchers, encourages scientific entrepreneurship, and promotes oversight of taxpayer-funded research. 

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    2. Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      This week, brains were installed in 53 city street lights that live near the solitary Peña Station rail stop just south of Denver International Airport. The first autonomous shuttle is expected to move in next month. By March, a device that measures air quality will join the community, high-density Wi-Fi will be turned on and the first series of apartments will break ground in hopes of attracting new life.

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    3. Suthers' support for technology gets statewide notice | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Suthers' support for technology gets statewide notice | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers was tickled to receive a technology award this week, saying his daughters make fun of his lack of technological know-how. But while he may not be expert in high-tech undertakings, Suthers was recognized Wednesday as the Colorado Technology Association's technology "Advocate of the Year," for making a real, measurable impact on the advancement of the state's technology industry.

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    4. At Colorado Capitol, New Leaders Talk Up Cooperation -- And Dig In | CPR

      At Colorado Capitol, New Leaders Talk Up Cooperation -- And Dig In | CPR

      Tuesday’s election results didn't change the balance of power at the state legislature. Democrats maintained their majority in the House and Republicans still control the Senate. Members of both parties gathered at the Capitol Thursday to elect their new leaders. Republicans picked Sen. Kevin Grantham of Canon City as Senate president and Democrats chose Rep. Crisanta Duran of Denver as House speaker.

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