One giant leap.

Hey, how’s it going? We know it was a big leap of faith to carry our postcard to your laptop, type in a URL (what is this — 1998?), and call up a page clearly meant to send you a marketing message. But if you came this far, we suspect you have a need. Maybe it’s being heard. Or knowing someone truly has your back. Or being delighted with next-level thinking that’s never compromised by poor communication and organization. Whatever the reason, we want to thank you for taking this giant leap. Now we’d like to ask you to go a bit further.

One small step.

You’re already here, so you might as well take the next small step to learn more about Cobalt’s capabilities. Everything you need to get to know us is at your fingertips, so explore at your leisure. And when you’re ready to connect or discuss a project, complete the form below, and Lisa will get back to you right away.

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    A fisheye image of the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis.


    A close-up photo of a dendrite snowflake, captured on glass with LED back light.


    Could be Earth. Could be an Earth-like exoplanet of our imaginations.


    Amoebas, like this one, are protists common in freshwater. See the pseudopods (false feet)?


    A bird’s-eye view of the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Trachyte Canyon, taken in Utah.


    A colony of bacteria growing on agar in a petri dish. Agar is like Jell-o for bacteria.