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    1. Boulder tech star SendGrid moving HQ to downtown Denver

      Boulder tech star SendGrid moving HQ to downtown Denver

      Boulder's technology star SendGrid is packing up and leaving town, in favor of expanding in downtown Denver.

      The company, which sends millions of e-mails every day on behalf of customers from Airbnb to Uber, said it's easier to hire in Denver plus there's a benefit to having everyone in the same building.

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    2. The drastic changes tech companies are making to lure new workers

      The drastic changes tech companies are making to lure new workers

      When TapInfluence in Boulder needed a chief technology officer, CEO Promise Phelon hired Eli Gild in March and simultaneously opened an office near his Silicon Valley home.

      "Hiring engineering talent is difficult everywhere," Phelon said. "Can I do a better job at being in more places at once? That's the core of our strategy. To be in more places, it's a retention play."

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    3. Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose is one of five communities that has been selected for federal assistance to improve its broadband service for the purposes of revitalization.

      The Western Slope town is slated to receive direct technical assistance from a team of experts to develop strategies and a plan for using broadband to create connected, economically vibrant main streets and small-town neighborhoods, officials say.

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    4. Colorado student data privacy bill on its way to becoming law

      A bill to protect students' online privacy while they are doing their school work is on its way to the governor's desk to be signed into law.

      The Colorado House gave it final passage Thursday with a 65-0 vote. House Bill 1423 would prevent educational software and app makers from collecting any data that can be linked directly back to an individual student.

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    5. Costs not rocketing as Colorado firms embrace space boom

      Costs not rocketing as Colorado firms embrace space boom

      COLORADO SPRINGS — Sometime in the past decade, the idea of launching private rockets into space for cheap became reality.

      Just in the past two years, space newcomers SpaceX, Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic have launched more than a dozen rockets. Some made it successfully to space. Others didn't.

      Last week, at the annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, commercial companies talked about how the race to bring down the cost even more is gaining momentum, at least in theory.

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    6. Colorado springs focused on being cybersecurity industry hub

      Colorado springs focused on being cybersecurity industry hub

      COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Colorado Springs' economic future could depend on how it fits within an emerging industry to tackle hackers.

      Millions, even billions, of dollars could be in the offing for the cities that become cybersecurity central in the United States, the Gazette reported...

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    7. Catalyst signs three big-name tenants for RiNo health-tech campus

      Catalyst signs three big-name tenants for RiNo health-tech campus

      A health-tech innovation campus planned for Denver's River North neighborhood has snagged three big names in health care as tenants — University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Terumo BCT and the American Diabetes Association.

      All three have signed on to join Catalyst HTI, developers announced this week. The first phase of the project, billed as an "industry integrator," is expected to open in early 2018 on Brighton Boulevard.

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    8. Growing strawberries in space isn't far from reality, says CU student

      Growing strawberries in space isn't far from reality, says CU student

      Move over Mark Watney. On Mars, astronauts need to grow more than potatoes for food.

      And Heather Hava, a Ph.D. student at the University of Colorado, is working on it. The self-proclaimed "space gardener" has swapped out the fictional Watney for robots; potatoes for strawberries, basil and other greens; a botanist's mind for a horticulturist's — and added big data.

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    9. Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners on Tuesday are to review proposed guidelines about whether and when drones should be permitted to be launched, flown above, or landed on county-owned open space lands.

      Limited uses of such "unmanned aircraft systems" (UAS) would be allowed for scientific and agricultural research and the monitoring of wildlife, natural resources, vegetation, and tenant farmers' crops and livestock, under a policy drafted by the Parks and Open Space Department staff and endorsed by the county's Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee in January.

      The county staff would have to give its advance consent for such uses.

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