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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us

   As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin's New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we'll likely see next: "CRADA really allows Read more

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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us
   As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin's New Glenn rocket to compete for national Read more
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Climate Change Study Produces Alarming Information, But How Accurate Is It?
  Concrete data on climate, and the actions that impact it can be hard to determine. Climate Trace, an organization that aims to measure true carbon levels across the Read more
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Let the Space Race Begin Again
  NASA successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into outer space this week. The Orion spacecraft is headed for the moon, with the goal of returning to Read more
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The Importance of Teaching Science
  Do you remember a favorite Science teacher or Science class you had in high school or college? I have fond memories of different teachers who taught Science in a fun, witty, and Read more
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NASA Scrubs First Test Flight of Moon Rocket After Engine Fault
(Bloomberg) -- NASA is delaying the debut launch of its new massive rocket due to an issue with one of the rocket’s main engines in another setback for its plan to orbit the moon and return Read more
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Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen
(Bloomberg) -- A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to Read more

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Thanksgiving holiday weekend
Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend Proved the Omnichannel Customer Has Fully Matured
December 2, 2022

Now widely reported, last weekend’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales were record-breaking on all accounts. Nearly 200 million customers hit physical retail stores over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend according to NRF, a feat all of its own and a validation of the brick & mortar store in an age of omnichannel sales strategy. […]

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travel and hospitality
Consumers Seek More Value from Travel and Hospitality
December 2, 2022

A recent report from PwC suggests that revenue for hotels will continue to go up over the coming months. This is great news for hoteliers who survived the 2020 pandemic and are looking to recoup costs. What’s more, studies also suggest that customers are happy to pay for these increased prices, even at inflated rates. […]

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Colorado healthcare incentives
Are Colorado’s Crafty Healthcare Incentives an Effective Strategy to Lower State Care Costs?
December 2, 2022

Colorado has some of the most expensive healthcare in the U.S., which already spends more than any other country on administering healthcare. Some studies place it in the top half of most expensive states for care in the U.S., while others place it in the top 10. In 2018, for example, Colorado’s average price per […]

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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us
November 28, 2022
   As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin's New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we'll likely see next: "CRADA really allows Read more
Climate Change Study Produces Alarming Information, But How Accurate Is It?
November 18, 2022
  Concrete data on climate, and the actions that impact it can be hard to determine. Climate Trace, an organization that aims to measure true carbon levels across the globe recently published a study that claimed greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas facilities is three times higher than those producers state. Steve Hendrickson, Read more
Let the Space Race Begin Again
November 18, 2022
  NASA successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into outer space this week. The Orion spacecraft is headed for the moon, with the goal of returning to earth in less than four weeks. The journey is the first leg of the Artemis I mission, which has the goal of eventually launching spacecraft from the moon to Read more
The Importance of Teaching Science
November 15, 2022
  Do you remember a favorite Science teacher or Science class you had in high school or college? I have fond memories of different teachers who taught Science in a fun, witty, and engaging manner. Watching some of the most comedic educators perform science experiments in school was quite often the highlight of my day during my young learning Read more
NASA Scrubs First Test Flight of Moon Rocket After Engine Fault
August 29, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- NASA is delaying the debut launch of its new massive rocket due to an issue with one of the rocket’s main engines in another setback for its plan to orbit the moon and return to Earth. The Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket launch which was expected early Monday will be rescheduled, the space agency said. It could be pushed several days or Read more
Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen
June 28, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to become a clean fuel of the future, urgent technological solutions are needed to keep it in place and move it at will. Enter H2SITE, a Spanish startup, that promises to do Read more
How Science and Technology is Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry
March 17, 2022
Cannabis development is highly attributed to plant breeding and targeted cultivation strategies. Crops themselves are entirely different from those in the 1970s, and we've learned a lot by fine-tuning our techniques. According to Anders Peterson, Cannabis Operations Specialist at InSpire Transpiration Solutions, science and technology have been Read more
How to Stop Asteroids From Hitting Earth? NASA to Test a Breakthrough Solution
November 26, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- The Russia incident was a warning. On a winter morning in 2013, a meteor the size of a four-story building screamed across the country, exploding near the city of Chelyabinsk and injuring more than 1,600 people amid widespread property damage. The chunk of rock and iron, which was 60 feet across, served as a violent reminder that Earth, Read more
Virgin Galactic Test Flight Reaches Space From New Mexico
May 23, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. flew a test flight to space for the first time in more than two years, a critical step in its path toward commercial service following a series of issues that have beset the company. The VSS Unity test flight from New Mexico on Saturday helps put the company back on its stated schedule of flying company founder Read more