The engineered material, about the thickness of aluminum foil, can cool an object by up to 25 degrees. And since it's so thin, it could one day be mass produced in giant rolls.
Survivors of trafficking often face serious legal hurdles. A Denver nonprofit has designed a new app to get a lawyer on the case, fast.
According to a new report from the Kauffman Foundation, Colorado has the highest rate of young entrepreneurs in the country.
Weld County Commissioners say the Heartland Biogas Project does not have a valid permit to operate.
Weld County Commissioners will wade through potential violations that were submitted by neighbors during a Dec. 19 meeting.
Simply by making an annotation, or highlighting something they’ve read, the student introduces a collection point that the smart textbook software could work with.
A new company called TekDry has commercialized a technology which relies on metallic beads to rescue wet electronics.
The “ballot selfie” issue jumped into the headlines after the Denver DA reminded people that posting ballot photos could lead to prosecution.
High school student Ben Vagle built TrotBot, which recently won three awards at the World Makers Faire, a national gathering for inventors in New York.
“There really aren’t any laws that govern self-driving vehicles in Colorado,” said Colorado Department of Transportation executive director Shailen Bhatt. None the less, CDOT is supportive of the technology.