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Colorado Tech Association event to host 80 ‘celebrities’

The Colorado Technology Association announced Monday that more than 80 “celebrities” will be in attendance at the group’s annual C-Level @ A Mile High event next month. The event, which will take place at Denver’s Sports Authority Field on March 6, will be an opportunity for more than “1,200 industry leaders [to] connect on a… Continue Reading Colorado Tech Association event to host 80 ‘celebrities’

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Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

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Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

  A laser tissue fusion device–that will make surgeries faster, simpler and reduce side effects–has moved closer to production with a license agreement between Tissue Fusion LLC and the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office. Tissue Fusion President and mechanical and aerospace engineer Michael Larson (also El Pomar Endowed Chair of Engineering and Innovation at UCCS),… Continue Reading Tissue Fusion plans to market UCCS laser device

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

Over time, the disks and their components will degrade as they become hot and vibrate. It’s common for builders of this storage to guarantee their work for three years. One Colorado Springs company has developed a system that detects a deficiency and fixes itself before the entire unit can go bad. “If you take the… Continue Reading X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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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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We’re more than a city with a pretty view

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We’re more than a city with a pretty view

In the not-so-distant past, our community could really “Celebrate Technology” with verve.  Black-tie affairs at The Broadmoor, awards, scholarship money and celebration.  Then the semiconductor industry bubble burst, a number of tech companies packed up and left town, we lost our swagger and the celebration faded.  About a year ago, we began to see that… Continue Reading We’re more than a city with a pretty view

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CTI joins forces with INX

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CTI joins forces with INX

Chromatic Technologies Inc. of Colorado Springs has joined forces in a joint cooperation agreement with INX International Ink Co. The global agreement is designed to offer the can manufacturing and packaging industries world-class customer service and specialty ink innovation. INX is the global leader in inks for beverage cans and CTI produces specialty inks, such… Continue Reading CTI joins forces with INX

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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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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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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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Epicentral to host Go Code Colorado challenge

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Epicentral to host Go Code Colorado challenge

Epicentral Coworking, a communal workspace in downtown Colorado Springs, announced Thursday that it has been chosen by the Colorado Secretary of State’s office as one of five locations to host the Go Code Colorado Challenge. During the apps challenge March 21 to 23, teams of tech developers and entrepreneurs in five regions across the state… Continue Reading Epicentral to host Go Code Colorado challenge

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