King5’s Lori Matsukawa recently did a story on the healing properties of CBD that featured DeepCell Industries co founder and CEO, Kelly Ogilvie, who shared his personal story and passion for CBD to a group at a senior resident home in Seattle. DeepCell Industries is committed to developing technology and products that are innovative solutions … Continued
In July 2017, DeepCell Industries co-founder and CEO Kelly Ogilvie gave a Ted Talk at the University of Washington in the legality of cannabis and the healing properties of cannabidiol, or CBD. While cannabis is still federally illegal, more and more states are beginning to offer medical cannabis, and some even recreational cannabis. This is … Continued
DeepCell Industries has signed a deal with a California medical marijuana company to manufacture and distribute its cannabis-infused sugar throughout the southern half of the Golden State.
DeepCell Industries™, an emerging technology development company focusing on material science, microfluidics and cannabinoid molecule discoveries, has announced a new licensing agreement with Evergreen Herbal™. The licensed cannabis producer-processor plans to manufacture and distribute DeepCell’s Ruby Cannabis Sugar™ and Sapphire Cannabis Salt™ throughout Washington State.
DeepCell's technology fuses THC from marijuana with salt and sugar crystals that manufacturers can buy in bulk to make cannabis edibles.
Deep Cell Industries is not a traditional cannabis company, but rather an industry leader in technological innovation. White they innovate solutions outside the cannabis industry, we took a close look at their work with the cannabis plant. Using Crystal Fusion technology, the company's patented process, they crystallize ccannabinoids from the finest extracts and trap them in a crystal lattice, after which they are fused with food items that we use every day.
Kelly Ogilvie the CEO and CO-Founder of Deep Cell Industries joins Matthew Kind to talk about how his products will revolutionize the cannabis industry. Until this point cannabis infused products companies needed a fat soluble way (oil, butter, etc) to get THC into infused products. With Deep Cell’s pre-infused sweeteners and salt that is no longer a requirement. This will open the door to a myriad of new products.
Just recently GeekWire reported a Seattle-based startup called DeepCell Industries raised more than $400,000 to expand its operations, which are focused solely on technology for companies that make cannabis-infused products.
DeepCell Industries, a Seattle startup that helps develop technology for cannabis-infused products and brands, has raised $410,000 to fuel growth. DeepCell doesn’t engage in the manufacture or distribution of cannabis products. Instead, the company develops the technology and then licenses it to distribution partners.
An industry or business sector as removed from the public eye as any is the technology innovation achieved through biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical research. Yet so much of our health depends on it, and so much controversy derives from companies like Monsanto and Pfizer and medicinal chemicals found in cannabis. Even more remote are companies that do the scientific research and develop the technology that facilitates the product extraction and licenses out the enabling technology.
*No cannabis products are manufactured and/or distributed by DeepCell. DeepCell licensed cannabis products are manufactured and distributed by DeepCell licensees with the appropriate state license(s).