| The leading industrial activities in Boulder are connected to science and technology with the University of Colorado at Boulder playing a major role in research and development. This has fostered the growth of the high tech sector and encouraged the development of industrial activity in the electronic and aerospace sectors — the University of Colorado is home to the Aerospace Engineering doctorate program and as a member of the US Air Force Space Education Consortium, is ranked among the best in the nation. In 2008, the National Science Board ranked the city as #1 in the US for scientists and engineers as a percentage of the workforce. Boulder is home to one of IBM's most energy efficient data centers in North America. Info Source: City-Data.com
Boulder is the home of the main campus of the University of Colorado, the state's largest university, and Naropa University, one of two accredited Buddhist-inspired universities in the United States.
Major employers in and near Boulder include: University of Colorado (7,500 employees); Sun Microsystems (5,000 employees); IBM (4,500 employees); Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. (3,000 employees); Level 3 Communications (2,500 employees); National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (1,700 employees); Covidien, formerly Tyco Healthcare Group (1,700 employees); City of Boulder (1,600 employees); National Center for Atmospheric Research (1,100 employees); Amgen (750 employees); Crispin Porter + Bogusky (600+ employees); Micro Motion (500 employees); Crocs (550 employees); Lockheed Martin (450 employees); Polycom (350 employees); Wall Street On Demand (300 employees); Qualcomm (300 employees); Celestial Seasonings (250 employees); Medtronic (225 employees); Roche Colorado (225 employees); Particle Measuring Systems (225 employees); LeftHand Networks (200 employees); OSI (150 employees); Microsoft (150 employees); Array Biopharma (125 employees); HEI Medical, formerly Colorado MedTech (125 employees); Otologics LLC (75 employees); Google (100 employees); Cisco Systems (100 employees) Boulder Info Source
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