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We all have hopes and expectations that the promise of technology is bigger than quick riches and dazzling gadgets. One technological innovation that is helping people is the tool used to develop and deliver personal medical research reports (PMRR), providing life-changing information to people around the world. The PMRR is an information service product for… Continue Reading Commentary: Personal medical research report: Informing patients

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It seems everyone in the IT world has at least heard of Microsoft’s new .NET platform, but does anyone really know what this nice little catch phrase means? Well, even Bill Gates has admitted that he feels that Microsoft has not done a very good job of communicating what this whole .NET thing is all… Continue Reading Commentary: .NET – The newest monopoly or a viable platform?

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Since 1962, we have diversified greatly from our objective to land on the moon. Today, space is a means to an end rather than an end in itself. As General Lance Lord, Commander of Air Force Space Command has commented, “If you’re not in space, you’re not in the race.” Clearly, space programs and technologies… Continue Reading Commentary: The Colorado component of the space industry

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Economy is no downer for space symposium

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The economy is not putting a damper on the U.S. Space Foundation’s plans for the 2003 National Space Symposium, its 19th. The Colorado Springs-based space foundation said while the economy is sluggish, space industry revenues were expected to blast past the $145 billion mark this year, and NASA is outlining a bold new vision for… Continue Reading Economy is no downer for space symposium

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Kathy Anderson has always thought of herself as lucky. When the CEO and president of Starlight Manufacturing and Assembly, Inc. bought out her partner in 1997, she realized that she would have to take on several new jobs. The expert operations supervisor would have to handle day-to-day record-keeping, taxes, payroll and marketing, in addition to… Continue Reading Circuit board assembly operation has come a long way

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Hoping to encourage more young women to venture into the male-dominated world of technology-based business, the Women’s Foundation of Colorado hosted more than 200 young women in a workshop featuring a variety of tech-based career possibilities. Entitled “Girls 2.0 – Girls and Technology,” the sessions featured area women working in the technology sector sharing their… Continue Reading Women's Foundation of CO wants more female technophiles

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Tucked away in a labyrinth of cubicles and small offices on the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, sits Colorado Springs Technology Incubator (CSTI). CSTI nurtures raw technology start-up talent and vision. Though its grand opening was on August 22, 2002, the CSTI has been nurturing some of its six initial start-ups… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Technology Incubator continues nurturing start-ups

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Couples find hope as fertility technology grows

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Infertility is not a topic people deal with on a daily basis – unless you happen to be around the lively, bright and inviting office of Dr. Paul C. Magarelli, a Colorado Springs physician specializing in helping those with infertility conceive. While infertility is becoming commonplace, technological advances are pushing the envelope as more and… Continue Reading Couples find hope as fertility technology grows

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Economic recovery stalls in Colorado

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The national economy may be slowly emerging from recession, but Colorado and its neighboring states continue to lose jobs, said Vectra Bank economist Jeff Thredgold. “It’s no secret that Colorado has been hit hard in the past 18 months, with an especially sharp increase in unemployment,” Thredgold said. “Six Rocky Mountain states – Colorado, Arizona,… Continue Reading Economic recovery stalls in Colorado

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Boeing: from aviation to aerospace

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Colorado Springs is believed to have the highest concentration of military space organizations in the world, and the Boeing Company’s presence here fortifies that observation. Aerospace giant Boeing is the largest spacecraft manufacturer in the world and is NASA’s largest contractor, and has a significant presence in Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Denver. Most recognize the… Continue Reading Boeing: from aviation to aerospace

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