Dr. Chubukov's Original Research Manuscript Accepted in Powder Technology!

Big Blue Technologies’ Chief Technology Officer and co-founder, Boris Chubukov, recently had his research paper accepted in the journal Powder Technology. The paper describes an operating method to deposit magnesium metal onto a moving bed of inert particles as a demonstrated continuous process for carbothermal reduction. All of this work was performed during his Ph.D. thesis research at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Congratulations, Boris!

If you have access to a university library system, you can read and download the article on Science Direct;


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Innosphere Accepts Big Blue Technologies as a Client Company


Innosphere is Colorado’s leading technology incubator accelerating the success of high-impact science and technology startups and scaleups. Innosphere’s programs focus on ensuring companies are investor-ready, connecting entrepreneurs with experienced advisors and early hires, making introductions to corporate and strategic partners to drive customer traction, exit planning, and accelerating top line revenue growth.

Big Blue Technologies is honored to be a part of the first 2019 cohort.

To learn more information about Innosphere, please visit their website here.

Big Blue Technologies among 24 Colorado Start-Ups Awarded State Grant

Big Blue Technologies is proud to announce it has been awarded $250k from the State of Colorado’s Office of Economic Development (OEDIT) through the Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program! BBT was one of 22 teams that gave a 5-minute finalist pitch in front of the entire AI review committee.

We would like to thank the committee, OEDIT, Katie Woslager and Rama Haris for their support and hard work!

Learn more about the program and awardees at InnovatioNews.

Please visit www.choosecolorado.com to learn more about Colorado’s business opportunities and impact.

News Feature in The Chemical Engineer

Big Blue Technologies is pleased to announce a news release in The Chemical Engineer, a prestigious media outlet hosted by the Institution of Chemical Engineering.

To read the original article, please click the link below:

New magnesium process cuts energy use by 60%

Article by Helen Tunnicliffe, 7th November 2017