Gov. John Hickenlooper recognized 12 Colorado industrial companies on July 6, 2011 for their participation in the Colorado Industrial Energy Challenge and their commitments and achievements in energy efficiency.
Along with Japanese students' art, travelling aboard the space shuttle Atlantis
When NASA’s 30-year-old space shuttle program is shuttered following the Atlantis mission in July, the University of Colorado Boulder will look back at a rich relationship filled with triumph and tragedy and look ahead to an evolving international program of government and private efforts that will send humans and cargo into orbit.
U.S. and Canada Green City Index analyzes the environmental sustainability of 27 major metropolitan areas in both countries
The University of Colorado Boulder is involved with five different space science payloads ranging from antibody tests that may lead to new bone-loss treatments to an experiment to improve vaccine effectiveness for combating salmonella when Atlantis thunders skyward July 8 on the last of NASA's 135 space shuttle missions.
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Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. opened its expanded Aerospace Manufacturing Center (AMC) in Westminster, Colo., June 29, 2011. Community leaders, elected officials, customers and media representatives were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of the $14.6 million expansion project.
On June 28, 2011, the Walton Family Foundation announced investments totaling more than $157 million in education reform initiatives for 2010 - a $23 million increase over 2009, in which education reform grants totaled $134 million. Grants were made to organizations and programs that empower parents, particularly in low-income communities, to choose among quality, publicly funded schools for their children.
The Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has found an inventive and fun way of helping entrepreneurs develop mentoring relationships through a new program called the Main Street Mentors Walk.
Colorado State University, partnering with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, is offering full awards – including tuition, fees, and generous housing and books stipends – to U.S. military veterans and their children beginning this fall. Colorado State’s Yellow Ribbon Program, one of the most comprehensive of its kind in the nation, is part of the university’s commitment to being a top national veteran-friendly campus.