Inscripta®, a CU Boulder spinoff Digital Genome Engineering company, announced that Ginkgo Bioworks, the leading horizontal platform for cell programming, has adopted the Onyx® Genome Engineering Platform in its foundries.
Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) identified young scientists who are trying to solve formidable global problems. Lim was recognized for developing organic molecules that spur on light-powered reactions.
CU Boulder startup ColdQuanta, JILA physicists, and other university innovators are featured in a new film from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) promoting Colorado's extensive quantum ecosystem.
Respirogen, a company whose research is led by Biomedical Engineering Program Director Mark Borden and founded by Borden’s former student, Paul Mountford (PhDMechEngr’15), has developed microbubbles that can deliver oxygen to the blood stream independent of the lungs.
Co-founded by CU Boulder professor Mike McGehee, Tynt has raised $8.5 million in seed funding to scale its reversible metal electrodeposition (RME) technology, which is used to create blackout windows that aim to increase home comfort, privacy and energy efficiency.
Otoro Energy, spun out of technology developed in Assistant Professor Michael Marshak's lab at CU Boulder, has received $4.14M from the U.S. Department of Energy to improve the cost, scalability and performance of existing flow battery technology through a metal chelate flow battery system.
The Louisville-based CU Boulder startup company is moving into a 75,000-square-foot building in Thornton. The expansion comes as the company prepares to go public. In June, Solid Power announced a merger valued at $1.2B with Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corp. III.
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