Today, the Global Business Development division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) announced that 25 Colorado companies and seven researchers have been awarded Proof of Concept and Early-Stage Capital and Retention grants through OEDIT’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Program. These grants help promote the growth and sustainability of advanced industries in Colorado by driving innovation, commercialization, and public-private partnerships that move this vital aspect of Colorado’s economy forward in communities across the state.

“The grant recipients announced today have a demonstrated potential to grow Colorado’s economy and change lives. From simulating the sensation of touch from extended reality content to novel wound care and disease diagnosis, these Colorado companies are developing the technologies of tomorrow in tech and life sciences, as well as industries like aerospace, ag tech and energy,” said Rama Haris, OEDIT’s Advanced Industries Senior Manager.

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