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CU Boulder team joins NASA effort to construct lunar astronomical observatories

A University of Colorado Boulder team has entered into a five-year, $4.5 million cooperative agreement with NASA to become part of a virtual institute to pursue construction of astronomical observatories on the moon.


CU Boulder Study: Federally-funded laboratories and institutions have a $2.6 billion annual impact in Colorado

CO-LABS economic impact study reveals dynamic research nurturing Colorado’s innovation economy.


State revenue forecast calls for continued economic momentum

Momentum in Colorado’s economy that began to occur last year has sustained itself in recent months.


Lockheed Martin upgrades flying intelligence testbed

Airborne Multi-INT Lab accelerates delivery of critical capabilities.


Groundbreaking space missions, student success focus of Aerospace Summit

Alumni, industry execs and other space buffs celebrated the state’s growing prominence in aerospace—from probing the Bennu asteroid to an array of industry partnerships—at the second annual CU Boulder Aerospace Summit earlier this week.


Sanborn announces final delivery of multi-year infrastructure program in the Middle East

Industry-leading geospatial firm delivers accurate mapping products and services on a world-wide basis.


SEAKR supporting the Iridium® NEXT constellation

SEAKR provides Iridium NEXT with On-Board Processor (OBP).


Colorado's Aerospace Industry: Going the Distance

According to AIAA's Executive Report, in Colorado—home to the nation's second-largest aerospace economy—the challenges of physical distance and the importance of geography still drive some of the greatest innovations taking place in the industry today.


Perlmutter Mars 2033 Provision Included in FY17 NASA Authorization

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-07) authored a provision included in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Transition Authorization Act of 2017 to further our understanding of how to successfully launch a human space flight mission to Mars by 2033.


New tech best practices drive progress on next-gen GPS OCX control system

Groundbreaking 'DevOps' development approach speeds progress on improved GPS.