March 1-3, 2017: Invited to speak at the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference in Washington D.C.
February 7, 2017: Cellana and Living Ink Enter into a Joint Development and Offtake Agreement for Sustainable Algae Inks
December 14, 2016: The National Science Foundation has awarded Living Ink with a $225K investment through a Small Business Innovation Research grant [press release]
November 17, 2016: Living Ink attends and speaks at biofabricate in NYC
October 4, 2016: Scott publishes algae cultivation research and development paper in the journal Algal Research
September 22, 2016: Living Ink partners with Upslope Brewery and Boom Algae to grow algae using waste CO2 and H2O for the production of algae-derived ink
August 9, 2016: Steve publishes "The rise and fall of innovation in biofuels" in Nature Biotechnology
June 25, 2016: Scott gives TEDxMileHigh talk
January 15, 2016: Living Ink blurb in Popular Science: In Living Color: Microbes Make Tomorrow's Ink
January 6 2016: highlighted in CoExist: Write Messages that Morph Over Time With Sustainable Algae-Based Ink
January 6, 2016: CSU grads invent 'Living Ink' on NBC 9News in Denver
December 20, 2015: Co-founder Steve Albers publishes his work in Journal of Biotechnology
November 30, 2015: Gizmodo: Ink made from living algae powers the world's first chia pen
November 30, 2015: Launched Living Ink| Time-lapse Bio-Ink on Kickstarter
November 29, 2015: Biobased Digest: Living Ink Technologies takes its algae-based time-lapse ink to Kickstarter
October 6, 2015: Presented at SXSW Eco in Austin, Texas.
September 8, 2015: 5 Northern Colorado tech companies you should know
August 25, 2015: Honored to be named a finalist at SXSW Eco
July 23, 2015: Featured in Built in Colorado: How 2 CSU scientists are turning pond scum into a $5.5K per gallon commodity
June 25, 2015: Advanced to the National Department of Energy Pitch Competition in Washington D.C..
June 15, 2015: Living Ink Technologies interviewed by ABC 7 The Now Denver!
June 10, 2015: Living Ink wins grand prize at CU Denver business Competition and $10,000.
April 30, 2015: Living Ink Wins 1st place, $50,000, and a spot in the U.S. Department of Energy National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition in Washington D.C. on June, 24, 2015
April 30, 2015: National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition: Living Ink Technologies Wins CU Clean Energy Competition Regional Championship
April 10, 2015: National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition: Living Ink wins a spot in the finals!
March 24, 2015: Collegian article: Write it with algae: CSU grad students take their science to the business world
August 5, 2014: We met with representative Jared Polis at the CSU Powerhouse Institute on National Startup Day!
June 8, 2014: We are unbelievably grateful to be an official client company at the Rocky Mountain Innosphere!
May 13, 2014: Excited to enter the CSU hatchery!
May 4, 2014: Today @ Colorado State University piece on Living Ink taking second place at Blue Ocean Challange
May 2, 2014: Highlighted in Algae Industry Magazine.
April 28, 2014: Interviewed by Ryan Warner of Colorado Matters on Colorado Public Radio, Listen to interview
April 24, 2014: Steve and Scott interviewed by Trevor Crow of The Entrepreneur Show: podcast
March 19, 2014: Presented at the Colorado State University College of Business Alumni Association Roundtable: Turning Ideas into Businesses
February 28, 2014: Short piece by local Northern Colorado organization, Sproul Creative Graphics and Website Design
February 27, 2014: Presenting at Northern Colorado's 1 Million Cups on Wednesday, March 5th
February 17, 2014: Living Ink Technologies was highlighted by a friend and colleague in the algae industry, Andy Potter: Algae Analytics Blog
February 11, 2014: Excited to be named a finalist in the Blue Ocean Enterprise Challenge
January 3, 2014: Co-Founder Scott Fulbright publishes algae research paper in algal research
December 12, 2013: Officially accepted into the Colorado State University Venture Accelerator Program: Coloradoan
April 30, 2013: Co-Founder Steve Albers' PhD research highlighted by To the Point of Science