What started simply as an astute hypothesis and proverbial apple on the head has evolved into a nearly decade-long labor of love for Debra Duke. “I just made a clinical observation,” said Duke, the founder and CEO of Aurora-based bioscience company MenoGeniX. That was in 2008, when the Montreal native was given a medication to […]
AURORA | One of Colorado’s fastest-growing industries could see a major uptick over the next year due to the possible repeal of a tax on medical devices. The U.S. House of Representatives voted 280-140 on June 18 to nix a tax on medical devices purchased and used by healthcare professionals, marking the first, bipartisan step […]
A coalition of more than 100 business executives from across the state traveled to The District June 9 in an attempt to wheedle federal legislators into voting for issues that could expand and protect the Colorado economy.
AURORA | A trio of scientists from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora was named June 4 to the Boettcher Investigators class of 2015, an honor that guarantees each of them a $225,000 grant to cover up to three years of research. A part of the greater Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program, the Boettcher […]
For Joe O’Connell, story comes first. “A lot of my art has benefited from being located in communities where people have a lot of stories,” the Arizona-based artist said. “What makes communities [unique] is how their stories are different.” And O’Connell has a leg up on most modern raconteurs: he is also the owner and […]
“Things are hot over here,” Farrell said, adding that Hoffman Heights has 1,250 homeowners. “In Hoffman Heights, we have nothing for sale and three homes under contract.”
“We believe that the key to community health is through community wealth, and one way to achieve that goal is to help people gain access to good jobs that exist on the Campus,” he said.
“This is such a welcome addition and it’s something we have desperately needed in urban Aurora,” Sally Mounier, Aurora city councilwoman for north Aurora said. “The economic impact that’s going to be spurred will create even more development, which is going to trickle out into our neighborhoods and allow them to really prosper.”
The project will focus on four Colfax intersections: Fitzsimons Parkway on the eastern edge of the campus, Wheeling Street, Quentin Street and Peoria Street on the western edge. That covers the entire southern edge of the campus, and is one of the busier stretches of Colfax
“I do not believe that the millions of dollars needed for this building move/restoration, given the number and frequency of significant disasters in addition to the everyday home fires we respond to, our service to the military and their families, international services and health and safety training, would be the most prudent request or use of our donor’s support”