A Denver man whose company makes home-monitoring devices leads a panel at Denver Startup Week to explore innovations that are making everyday life easier, and what's still missing from the world of home automation.
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From stocking books at The Tattered Cover, Dia became a banker, and then a mentor to thousands of other African immigrants.
University of Colorado scientist Jay McMahon tells Colorado Matters the "soft bot" could adhere to an asteroid using something called van der Waals principles.
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Republican Sen. Don Coram and Democratic Rep. Adrienne Benavidez join Colorado Matters to discuss what state lawmakers are trying to do to address the problem.
Chris Dreyer of the Colorado School of Mines is part of a team that will present at NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts program, which holds its symposium in Denver this week.
Many districts don't have classes on Mondays or Fridays in an attempt to save money.
Melody Brooke Safkin speaks with Colorado Matters. She teaches digital illustration at Colorado Mesa University and is currently the Artist in Residence at the Mesa County Library.
A respected Colorado teen joins the army and becomes an elite Ranger. But in his final hours before shipping to Iraq, he didn't hug his family or girlfriend. He robbed a bank.
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