Cyclotron Road project lead and Opus 12 co-founder Kendra Kuhl was recognized this week as one of MIT Technology Review's 35 Innovators Under 35. Kendra was selected for inventing the novel electrochemical reactor that Opus 12 is working to commercialize for conversion of carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals and fuels. Opus 12 are part of Cyclotron Road Cohort 1, where they are users at Berkeley Lab's Molecular Foundry. Congratulations, Kendra!
According to the Technology Review website: "The people in our 16th annual celebration of young innovators are disrupters and dreamers. They’re inquisitive and persistent, inspired and inspiring. No matter whether they’re pursuing medical breakthroughs, refashioning energy technologies, making computers more useful, or engineering cooler electronic devices—and regardless of whether they are heading startups, working in big companies, or doing research in academic labs—they all are poised to be leaders in their fields." Read the full article here.