For its special section on innovators advancing world-changing ideas and technologies, the Times included Cyclotron Road alumna Kendra Kuhl as a climate change visionary.
Cohort Five includes research scientists, recently minted Ph.D.’s., chemists, electrical engineers, teachers, a guitarist, a mountaineer, a classical violinist, three muay Thai practitioners and a cage fighter…
The story of how this startup was born, the path it is making for a cleaner electric grid, and why it’s already a Cyclotron Road success story.
Environmental news site Grist has included our executive director Ilan Gur on its annual list of the most inspiring innovators working on fresh solutions to the planet’s biggest problems.
Alexei Marchenkov likes a challenge. In fact, he arguably needs a challenge. Thrives on it, even.
Five Cyclotron Road fellows are named in the inaugural cohort for the GCxN accelerator, a collaboration between Shell’s GameChanger program and the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The cohort is developing long-term energy storage and control technologies for the energy grid of the future.