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CyberWorx sprints have proven value

CyberWorx sprints have proven value Originally Published By Helen Robinson on July 21, 2017 Across almost a year of the Air Force Academy’s CyberWorx sprints, design thinking has “proven its value” as a problem-solving technique for the Air Force, said director Col....

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Design sprint encourages education, empowerment

Design sprint encourages education, empowerment Post originally published by: U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY and United States Air Force      The future of cyber lies in the hands of young people, including service academy cadets and high school students, said a group of IT...

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CTRAC calling industry to partner in CyberWorx course

Authored by Amber Baillie This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization is looking for Colorado Springs professionals wanting to change the face of cyber through military collaboration...

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Miller leads tech transfer at Catalyst Campus

Authored by Bryan Grossman This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Erin Miller was born in California and moved with her parents to Colorado when she was a child. She grew up in the Denver area and, after high school, decided she wanted to...

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CTRAC bridges ‘tech to market’

Authored by Amber Baillie This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization hosted its first-ever “Tech 2 Market” event this week at Catalyst Campus to move early Air Force technology from...

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Catalyst Campus builds cyber partnerships

Authored by Bryan Grossman This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Catalyst Campus is only a few weeks from its scheduled June 14 grand opening, yet one tenant — the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization — has been hard...

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CyberWorx sprints have proven value

CyberWorx sprints have proven value Originally Published By Helen Robinson on July 21, 2017 Across almost a year of the Air Force Academy’s CyberWorx sprints, design thinking has “proven its value” as a problem-solving technique for the Air Force, said director Col....

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Design sprint encourages education, empowerment

Design sprint encourages education, empowerment Post originally published by: U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY and United States Air Force      The future of cyber lies in the hands of young people, including service academy cadets and high school students, said a group of IT...

read more

CTRAC calling industry to partner in CyberWorx course

Authored by Amber Baillie This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization is looking for Colorado Springs professionals wanting to change the face of cyber through military collaboration...

read more

Miller leads tech transfer at Catalyst Campus

Authored by Bryan Grossman This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Erin Miller was born in California and moved with her parents to Colorado when she was a child. She grew up in the Denver area and, after high school, decided she wanted to...

read more

CTRAC bridges ‘tech to market’

Authored by Amber Baillie This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization hosted its first-ever “Tech 2 Market” event this week at Catalyst Campus to move early Air Force technology from...

read more

Catalyst Campus builds cyber partnerships

Authored by Bryan Grossman This article was published in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The Catalyst Campus is only a few weeks from its scheduled June 14 grand opening, yet one tenant — the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization — has been hard...

read more

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