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    1. Colorado Technology Association wins Microsoft STEM grant for Denver students

      Colorado Technology Association wins Microsoft STEM grant for Denver students

      More than 800 Denver students interested in STEM-based careers will get additional opportunities to learn through Denver Public Schools' CareerConnect program . That's thanks to a new grant awarded to the Colorado Technology Foundation , a nonprofit created by the Colorado Technology Association (CTA).

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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. DUGood is the University of Denver's new crowdfunding platform

      DUGood is the University of Denver's new crowdfunding platform

      The Pioneers are forging ahead with a new crowdfunding tool to finance projects on the University of Denver campus. To help faculty, students and staff develop impactful projects, the school recently launched its new DUGood site.Crowdfunding has helped many small businesses get their feet on the ground or get their first order completed...

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    7. Denver Startup Week Challenge will offer awards to most innovative startups

      Denver Startup Week Challenge will offer awards to most innovative startups

      It's almost time for Denver Startup Week, and already things are heating up. Event organizers and the University of Denver's Project X-ite recently announced the Denver Startup Week Challenge, asking the most innovative companies in Denver to give their best pitched to a panel of judges. The best pitch will win awards, which have not yet been named.

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    8. Colorado STEMworks helps investors find STEM programs

      Colorado STEMworks helps investors find STEM programs

      Colorado STEM has added six science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs ideal for investment to its STEMWorks database.Three of the programs in the database were newly added, the three others moved up in the program, joining a number of other programs in the database that the organizers deem investment worthy for business leaders, funders and advocates...

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    9. Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      The organizers of Denver Startup Week received a total of 944 proposals for sessions in 2016. Until July 15, people can vote on which sessions they want to see and attend at the annual event being held this year from Sept. 12 to 16.

      "We continue to be blown away by the support for those looking to start and grow a business in our community," said Erik Mitisek, executive director of Project X-ITE at the University of Denver and co-founder of Denver Startup Week.

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