Saturday features dueling TEDx events in Fort Collins and Boulder

Saturday features dueling TEDx events in Fort Collins and Boulder

FORT COLLINS/BOULDER - Tomorrow (Sept. 22) will feature Colorado-based TEDx events in Fort Collins and Boulder. TEDxFoCo will be held at the Fort Collins Old Town Library, 210 Peterson St.,... Read More

By: Steve Friday September 21, 2012 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Fort Collins, Nathan Seidle, SparkFun Electronics, TEDx, TEDxBoulder, TEDxFoCo

Fort Collins, CSU looking to bring ultra-high-speed broadband service to area

Fort Collins, CSU looking to bring ultra-high-speed broadband service to area

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews.com FORT COLLINS - The City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University are looking at the possibility of working together to bring ultra-high-speed... Read More

By: Steve Friday September 21, 2012 2 comments Tags: Blair Levin, City of Longmont, CSU, Fort Collins, Gig. U, Gigabit Squared, Josh Birks, Pat Burns, SB152, SeonAh Kendall, Vince Jordan

CSU energy lab director accepts three-year assignment with Department of Energy

CSU energy lab director accepts three-year assignment with Department of Energy

FORT COLLINS -Bryan Willson, director of Colorado State University's Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory , has accepted a short-term assignment as a program director for the U.S. Department... Read More

By: Steve Friday September 21, 2012 0 comments Tags: Bill Farland, Bryan Willson, DOE, Fort Collins, natural gas

CSU professor develops new coating to help bone implants last longer

CSU professor develops new coating to help bone implants last longer

FORT COLLINS - Matt Kipper, an associate professor of chemical and biological engineering and biomedical engineering at Colorado State University , has developed a nanostructures surface coating... Read More

By: Steve Thursday September 20, 2012 0 comments Tags: Animal Cancer Center, CSU, Fort Collins, Matt Kipper, Nicole Ehrhart

KromaTiD announces first chromatid paint that helps detect chromosome damage and defects

KromaTiD announces first chromatid paint that helps detect chromosome damage and defects

FORT COLLINS - KromaTiD , a Colorado State University spin-off company, announced it has developed the first fluorescent paint designed to color chromatids. The "paint," a mixture of... Read More

By: Steve Wednesday September 19, 2012 0 comments Tags: CSU, CSU Ventures, Fort Collins, KromaTid, NASA, Susan Bailey

CSU research spending hits all-time high of $340 million in latest fiscal year

CSU research spending hits all-time high of $340 million in latest fiscal year

FORT COLLINS - Despite significant cutbacks in federal funding, Colorado State University held its place as one of the top-performing research institutions in the nation, growing annual... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday September 18, 2012 0 comments Tags: Bill Farland, CSU, Fort Collins

RMI nominated to Chase Community Giving to encourage student startups

RMI nominated to Chase Community Giving to encourage student startups

FORT COLLINS - Rocky Mountain Innosphere has been nominated to be part of the Chase Community Giving program, which will donate $5 million to local charities across the nation, RMI announced today.... Read More

By: Steve Monday September 17, 2012 0 comments Tags: Brennan Zelener, Emily Wilson, Fort Collins, Maggie Flanagan, Mike Freeman, Newaya, RMI

Meet the green toy makers

Meet the green toy makers

Research-and-development company Czero builds prototypes for projects big and small By Phil Lindeman  InnovatioNews.com FORT COLLINS -- If the Fort Collins-based company Czero,... Read More

By: Phil Lindeman Monday September 17, 2012 0 comments Tags: Bill Gillette, Chris Turner, Czero, Fort Collins, Guy Babbitt, Logimesh, NREL