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Lovers of beer go to beer gardens. Lovers of art go to art galleries. Where do lovers of science and technology go?

When Kristin Lawrence moved from the Bay Area to Boulder, she sought out to find a place to go with her family to enjoy science. Lawrence, a former professor of planetary geophysics at Stanford, couldn’t find such a place around her.

So, she decided to build her own…

Now that 2018 is coming to a close, we want to look ahead to next year by compiling the 19 Colorado Startups to Watch in 2019. We didn’t do it all on our own though. We leaned on suggestions from some industry experts, VC’s, founders and others, along with our own internal reporting.

This list covers startups from a range of industries, with varying levels of funding, from across the state. We think in 2019 the startups on the list will land huge funding rounds, get acquired or shake up their respective industries with bright ideas…

On a recent Saturday, Sage and Aven Davis – aged 8 and 5 – are eagerly experimenting with oil, water, glitter, glow sticks, food coloring, and AlkaSeltzer to make “lava lamps.”

Sage’s is glowing a bright green, while Aven’s has turned to a muddy brown – “like chocolate,” she says happily, shaking the container to make it fizz. Eventually, when the lamps are finished…

Today on Tech Talks we will be sharing part 2 of the SibinaCocha Watershed Project interview. The team – Beau Townsand, Jill Katzenburger, Preston Sowell, and Kevin Gillet, all share their roles in bringing this project together. They will lead you through all the hard work that made this possible in order to educate the people on Preston’s research as he journeyed into the Peruvian Andes to research the Laguna Sibinacocha…

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