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    1. Galvanize, Colorado Technology Association award scholarship

      DENVER — Galvanize and the Colorado Technology Association have awarded a full-tuition scholarship for the Galvanize Web Development Immersive in Denver. The program enables women of all professional backgrounds to transform their career through a six-month immersive program in software development. The scholarship was awarded to Sonja Chacon, a marketing professional who has worked in the travel industry for six years.

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    2. Massachusetts company buys Boulder-based optics firm

      BOULDER — Research Electro Optics Inc., a Boulder-based optics company, has been acquired by Excelitas Technologies Corp., a photonics company based in Waltham, Mass. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Research Electro Optics manufactures high-precision optical components, optical thin-film coatings, and optical subassemblies, as well as high-performance HeNe lasers for instrumentation and metrology applications across a wide range of market sectors.

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    3. Innosphere seeks applicants for incubator programs

      FORT COLLINS — Innosphere is seeking applicants for its fall entrepreneur programs. The Fort Collins-based incubator is seeking science and tech companies that are in the startup and scale-up stages. The programs will focus on getting the companies ready for investment, working with experienced advisers, exit planning and top-line growth, among other necessary skills. The application for both the startup and scale-up program is Aug. 15.

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    4. Google gives more than $2M to Ncwit, Cu Boulder

      Google gives more than $2M to Ncwit, Cu Boulder

      BOULDER — Google is granting more than $2 million in investments to the cause of furthering women in computer science and science, technology, engineering and math education, turning over the second floor of its former office space on 26th Street in Boulder to the National Center for Women & Information Technology. NCWIT, founded at the University of Colorado Boulder, will use the space for their new national headquarters.

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    5. Front Range business leaders join the startups they’re helping

      Front Range business leaders join the startups they’re helping

      Seven business leaders are looking to grow the success rate of later-stage startups by taking an entirely new approach to the accelerator concept. Growth Sherpas is a new accelerator with partners in Boulder, Longmont, Denver and Castle Rock. Rather than the traditional accelerator, where several (usually early-stage) startups join and graduate a program during a certain amount of time and get advice and guidance from mentors, Growth Sherpas is taking a more embedded approach.

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    6. Ball creates aerial methane sensing technology

      Ball creates aerial methane sensing technology

      BOULDER — Ball Aerospace based in Boulder has demonstrated technology that can detect methane emissions remotely using piloted aircraft. The technology has applications in the oil and gas industry. Working with Stanford University and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Mobile Monitoring Challenge, Ball has produced a high-resolution, geo-referenced image of simulated methane leaks in near real-time.

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    7. Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      BOULDER — Teltoo, a telecommunications startup that recently went through the Upramp accelerator, has relocated to Boulder and is hiring a chief operations officer and employees. Teltoo is a decentralized, software-only video delivery technology that helps network operators and content owners to handle traffic spikes and optimize delivery costs for live video streaming. The company is creating solutions that can eliminate the annoying lag and buffering that can come with streaming video.

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    8. Boomtown seeks applicants for health-tech accelerator

      BOULDER — Boomtown and COPIC, a medical liability insurance provider, have announced a multiyear partnership on the Patient Safety HealthTech Startup Accelerator. The program is seeking applicants for its upcoming accelerator, which will be run in conjunction with Boomtown’s accelerator cohorts twice a year. In each cohort, two to four startups will be accepted to the health-tech accelerator.

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    9. Bootstrappers, behemoths discuss tech industry in Boulder

      BOULDER — Boulder’s tech scene is a cross-section of various stages of companies, from the infancy-level startups to giants like Google. Jud Valeski, general manager of the new Boulder offices for Honey, a startup that helps shoppers save money online through a browser extension, and Scott Green, engineering site director for Google Boulder, discussed the city’s tech and startup environment during their Boulder Startup Week panel “From bootstraps to behemoths: the evolution and range of Boulder’s tech community.”

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    10. Techstars Boulder Demo Day shows off new companies

      Techstars Boulder Demo Day shows off new companies

      BOULDER — Techstars Boulder held its 12th Demo Day Tuesday, when several entrepreneurs pitched their startups to about 1,000 attendees from the Boulder community. The companies represented several states across the United States, as well as the United Kingdom and France. One company, Los Angeles-based Ordermark, announced it would be opening its second location in Colorado in the fall.

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    11. Intellectual-property law firm opens Boulder office

      BOULDER — A 125-year-old law firm based in Chicago that specializes in intellectual-property issues has opened an office in Boulder. Leydig, Voit & Mayer Ltd., which also has offices in Washington, D.C., the San Francisco Bay area and Frankfurt, Germany, opened today with its full complement of a dozen staffers at 4875 Pearl East Circle, Suite 301 in W.W. Reynolds Cos.’ Pearl East Business Park.

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    12. Ball Aerospace partners with Honeywell on satellite project

      BOULDER — Ball Aerospace is collaborating with Honeywell to develop and produce Optical Communication DataLinks enabling satellite operators to deliver global connectivity to users. Ball Aerospace, based in Boulder, and Honeywell will establish volume production of optical terminals for high-speed communications from ground to space, between spacecraft and from spacecraft to aircraft.

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    13. Zayo Group expands U.K. data-center presence with new facility near London

      BOULDER — Zayo Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) plans to build a new 30,000-square-foot data center in Feltham, United Kingdom, in the London metropolitan area. The zColo facility will provide 3.6 megawatts of critical power, the company said in a press release. Zayo said the new data center is driven by a commitment from a major anchor tenant and strong demand in the United Kingdom.

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    14. Longmont-based startup unveils product at security show in Las Vegas

      LONGMONT — A tech startup in Longmont has emerged from stealth mode to announce its first product, a plug-and-play system that it says “drastically improves retail-loss prevention and slashes operational costs.” DeepCam LLC, which has been in stealth mode for three years, made the product announcement Thursday at the International Security Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas. The system uses biometrics to identify shoplifting and other suspicious behaviors.

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    15. Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      DENVER — Employment in Colorado’s technology industry increased by an estimated 6,530 jobs in 2017 and the industry’s contribution to the state’s economy climbed to more than $43 billion, according to an industry advocacy association. The association, CompTIA, said in a report this week that 2017 tech employment in Colorado grew by 2.3 percent, the 10th highest rate in the country. With 285,300 workers, Colorado ranks 15th among the 50 states and the District of Columbia in net tech employment.

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