doug campbell, ceo of solid power

Solid Power, CU Boulder spinoff, forms partnership with Ford Motor Co. to further develop batteries for next-gen electric vehicles

May 13, 2019

Ford Motor Co. is the most recent company to invest in Solid Power, a CU Boulder spinoff based in Louisville, CO that develops solid-state batteries.

stateless

National Science Foundation awards CU Boulder spinoff Stateless $750k

April 29, 2019

The grant from the NSF will help Stateless, a "network-as-a-service" company, further scale its research and development efforts.

spacetime underpass

Pushing Boundaries: An out-of-this-world art project

April 17, 2019

The SpaceTime Underpass, a permanent public art installation inside the Regent pedestrian underpass, pays homage to the significant contributions CU Boulder has made to space exploration.

jeanne barthold of tissueform

Three CU Boulder ventures selected for Innosphere's spring 2019 cohort

April 16, 2019

Big Blue Technologies, TissueForm and New Iridium will spend the next 18-24 months in the incubation program.

mallinda

Mallinda raises $2M strategic investment from SABIC Ventures

March 28, 2019

This round of financing will enable Mallinda to scale up and to deliver its first commercial product of its high-performance materials for the transportation segment.

double helix with PRISM Award

CU Boulder spinoff Double Helix wins prestigious industry award for SPINDLE® imaging system

March 14, 2019

Double Helix Optics, a 3D nano-imaging company spun out of CU Boulder technology, won SPIE’s 2019 Prism Award in the Diagnostics and Therapeutics category for its innovative SPINDLE® imaging system.

stateless

Stateless, CU Boulder spinoff and Catalyze CU alum, secures $11.33M in Series A funding to reinvent data center connectivity

Feb. 19, 2019

The company was a part of the 2016 Catalyze CU class and was founded in 2016 by PhD student Murad Kablan and Assistant Professor Eric Keller from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Corey Neu pitching his new innovation next-generation dermal fillers

Lab Venture Challenge awards $900,000 to promising ventures, including artificial muscle and dermal filler innovations

Nov. 20, 2018

Fourteen finalists pitched their innovations at the first annual Lab Venture Challenge (LVC), a funding competition run by the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) and designed to help commercially-promising technologies accelerate into impactful business ventures.

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Samsung Venture, Hyundai join BMW with investment in CU Boulder battery technology

Sept. 12, 2018

Bloomberg recently reported that Solid Power Inc., a Colorado-based developer of next-generation solid-state batteries, has completed a $20 million deal with Samsung Venture, Hyundai and others.

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