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Ascent Solar debuts EnerPlex Jumpr battery packs for e-devices

Ascent Solar debuts EnerPlex Jumpr battery packs for e-devices

THORNTON - Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: ASTI) announced the release of its Jumpr battery pack that gives users the capability to store solar power generated from their EnerPlex ... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday December 4, 2012 0 comments Tags: EnerPlex Jumpr, EnerPlex Kickr IV, solar charger, Thornton, Victor Lee

TeamSnap releases new app for Android users

TeamSnap releases new app for Android users

BOULDER - TeamSnap , a management and communication tool for youth sports used by more than 125,000 teams around the world, has released a completely revamped version of its mobile app for... Read More

By: Steve Monday December 3, 2012 0 comments Tags: Android, Boulder, Dave DuPont, TeamSnap

LogRhythm named finalist in SC Magazine's 2013 Reader Trust Awards

LogRhythm named finalist in SC Magazine's 2013 Reader Trust Awards

BOULDER - LogRhythm , the largest and fastest-growing independent security information and event management (SIEM) provider in the world, has been named a finalist in SC Magazine's 2013 'Best... Read More

By: Steve Monday December 3, 2012 0 comments Tags: Boulder, LogRhythm, Mike Reagan, SC Magazine, SIEM

CSU's Institute for Built Environment receives $50,000 GSA grant

CSU's Institute for Built Environment receives $50,000 GSA grant

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University's Institute for the Built Environment has been selected by the U.S. General Services Administration to partner in a collaborative research effort to... Read More

By: Steve Monday December 3, 2012 0 comments Tags: Brian Dunbar, Fort Collins, green building, Knowledge Network

B612 and Ball Aerospace partnering on space telescope to protect Earth

B612 and Ball Aerospace partnering on space telescope to protect Earth

Launch of Sentinel space telescope set for 2017-2018 By Steve Porter InnovatioNews.com BOULDER/MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - A group of scientists and space explorers called the B612... Read More

By: Steve Monday December 3, 2012 0 comments Tags: asteroids, B612 Foundation, Ball Aerospace, Boulder, Dr.Scott Hubbard, Ed Lu, Harold Reitsema, Kepler telescope, meteorites, Rusty Schweickart, Sentinel Mission

CSU research team awarded $2M DOE grant to re-engineer plants for biofuel production

CSU research team awarded $2M DOE grant to re-engineer plants for biofuel production

FORT COLLINS - A Colorado State University research team has received a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to produce a biological control system for bioenergy crops, CSU... Read More

By: Steve Friday November 30, 2012 0 comments Tags: ARPA-E, Ashok Prasad, biofuels, DOE, Fort Collins, June Medford, Mauricio Antunes

VetDC raises $1.5M in private funding to advance canine cancer drug

VetDC raises $1.5M in private funding to advance canine cancer drug

FORT COLLINS - VetDC Inc. has completed a $1.5 million round of private financing it will use to advance its VDC-1101 drug for treating canine lymphoma, the company announced. VDC-1101 is a... Read More

By: Steve Friday November 30, 2012 0 comments Tags: canine cancer, Fort Collins, Steven Roy, VDC-1101, VetDC

Mines partners with Yale on $2.6M study to produce low-cost electricity from waste heat

Mines partners with Yale on $2.6M study to produce low-cost electricity from waste heat

GOLDEN - Colorado School of Mines and Yale University will partner on a study aimed at producing low-cost electricity and funded by a $2.6 million grant from the Department of Energy's... Read More

By: Steve Friday November 30, 2012 0 comments Tags: ARPA-E, Golden, School of Mines, Stephen Chu, Tzahi Cath, Yale University