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Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

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Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

Colorado Springs-based Symetrix Corp.’s innovative new non-volatile resistive RAM technology has become a linchpin in the company’s partnership with an international tech giant. The company’s correlated electron random access memory, or CeRAM, is now being evaluated by ARM Holdings “as part of its strategy in embedded nonvolatile memory offerings,” Symetrix officials said in a news… Continue Reading Symetrix’s CeRAM tech attracts global partner

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Local tech firm warns of fraudulent invoices

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Local tech firm warns of fraudulent invoices

A Colorado Springs-based communication firm recently recommended that businesses in the Pikes Peak region be wary of potentially fraudulent invoices issued under the guise of telecommunication carriers. According to Colorado Hi-Tech Solutions, impersonators have been attempting to defraud businesses in the area. A primary offender is California-based UST (US Telecom)–under an ongoing investigation from the… Continue Reading Local tech firm warns of fraudulent invoices

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Underwater craft competition Saturday at Coronado HS

The Colorado Consortium for Earth and Space Science Education will host its third annual SeaPerch Underwater ROV competition Saturday at Coronado High School. During the regional competition nearly three dozen high school and middle school teams from around the state will compete for four spots to compete nationally, according to a CCESSE news release. The… Continue Reading Underwater craft competition Saturday at Coronado HS

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GE Healthcare helps USOC create replica clinic for Sochi

This year’s Winter Olympics feature the undertakings of the local-based U.S. Olympic Committee to a similar degree that it is manifested in Colorado Springs — with the help of an empowering partnership. Much like its partnership with the USOC at the Olympic Training Center, worldwide Olympic partner GE Healthcare is the exclusive provider of medical… Continue Reading GE Healthcare helps USOC create replica clinic for Sochi

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Wozniak shares wisdom before Friday’s visit

Nearly four decades after “The Wonderful Wizard of Woz” helped start a microcomputer revolution in his friend’s Palo Alto, Calif., garage, Steve Wozniak comes to Colorado Springs this week as an unquestioned celebrity in his world. Wozniak, cofounder of personal tech corporation Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.), will deliver the keynote speech at the Business… Continue Reading Wozniak shares wisdom before Friday’s visit

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RTA firm wins awards for district partnerships

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RTA firm wins awards for district partnerships

Colorado Springs-based RTA Architects recently received several awards from the Council of Education Facility Planners International for partnerships with Holly, Ignacio and Boulder Valley school districts. The architecture firm, in partnership with the districts, has been received five awards from CEFPI’s Rocky Mountain Chapter for design and other services in connection to three construction projects,… Continue Reading RTA firm wins awards for district partnerships

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BSCS nonprofit lands national STEM partnership

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BSCS nonprofit lands national STEM partnership

Colorado Springs-based nonprofit Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS) has been named partner of multi-sector STEM-training network 100Kin1o. The company is one of the latest to join 100Kin10’s mission to train 100,000 American science, technology, engineering and math teachers by 2021, according to a BSCS news release. “We are extremely honored and very excited to be named a… Continue Reading BSCS nonprofit lands national STEM partnership

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USAFA cadets, faculty awarded at annual event

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Five U.S. Air Force Academy cadets were recognized during the 18th annual Research Awards event for work they performed during a summer research program. Four cadets were nominated for and one received the Thomas D. Moore Divisional Award for efforts in “radiation detection, flow dynamics for space satellites, predicting the future through fiction and tracking down… Continue Reading USAFA cadets, faculty awarded at annual event

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Bryan Construction breaks ground on CSU museum

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Bryan Construction breaks ground on CSU museum

Colorado Springs-based contractor Bryan Construction Inc. broke ground last week on a remodel and expansion of the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The project will include a remodel of the current 8,000-square-foot textile museum and a 10,000-square-foot expansion, according to a Bryan news release. The expansion will… Continue Reading Bryan Construction breaks ground on CSU museum

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Report: STEM growth will require more grads

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Report: STEM growth will require more grads

The Colorado Department of Higher Education released Wednesday its second annual Skills for Jobs legislative report, highlighting trends in workforce development and projecting how demand might change the state’s future necessity. Although the report found that the state is meeting its current postsecondary completion quota for STEM–science, technology, engineering and mathematics–professionals entering the workforce, it… Continue Reading Report: STEM growth will require more grads

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