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The U.S. Economic Development Administration has announced the selection of Colorado's Elevate Quantum among 12 tech hubs to receive funds for taking computing to a higher level.
Some university administrators are imploring students to apply for financial aid after the rollout of a new online FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Aid) system this year was beset by glitches and delays.
Tens of millions of dollars from state and federal funding to build an ecosystem of quantum technology in Colorado will give students direct access to state-of-the-art labs and experts in the field.
Buoyed by unprecedented federal funding as well as a widely accepted understanding that Internet is a fundamental part of modern life, states and cities confront the remaining obstacles to getting everyone online.
Colorado is closer to becoming the center of the nation’s quantum technology universe with the award of $40.5 million in federal money, which will also leverage $77 million in state commitments.
Federal approval of the state’s Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment program smooths the way for the grant application process to open to Internet service providers, expected in late summer.
Plus, Indiana is getting more than $81 million in broadband funding, new research suggests AI is directly related to digital equity, and more.
Officials in Fremont County, Colo., believe that a software/hardware issue contributed directly to a recent prisoner escape, and they are awaiting a response from the jail's current vendor.
The new tool provides information on current and past elections, including locations of ballot boxes and voting centers, directions and hours. It integrates updated voter turnout information with other data streams.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed a new tax credit bill at the University of Colorado Boulder’s JILA Research Institute on Tuesday to further support the quantum industry in the state.