We’re excited to share that Opus 12, a startup that has developed a method for recycling carbon dioxide emissions into useful and cost-competitive chemicals and fuels, has won a Keeling Curve Prize. The recognition comes with a $25,000 purse.
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.
Cyclotron Road alumni Etosha Cave, Kendra Kuhl, and Nicholas Flanders, cofounders of Opus 12, were recently highlighted in Rolling Stone's 2017 Future Issue
Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road alumnae Etosha Cave and Kendra Kuhl, recently joined the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Program.
Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road alumni Etosha Cave and Kendra Kuhl, recently won the $400,000 Grand Prize in the inaugural Roddenberry Prize competition. They were featured on Fast Company's Co.Exist for winning the award.
Hawaii's Energy Excelerator (EEx) announced today that Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road innovators Etosha Cave, Kendra Kuhl and co-founder Nicholas Flanders, was selected to join its 2017 Cohort.
Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road Innovators Etosha Cave and Kendra Kuhl, and co-founder Nicholas Flanders, was recently awarded nearly $2,000,000 by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) as part of it's REFUEL program.
Opus 12 -- led by Cyclotron Road innovators Kendra Kuhl and Etosha Cave, along with co-founder and CEO Nicholas Flanders -- continues its impressive effort building a strong coalition of support to commercialize their record-breaking CO2 recycling reactor.
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 cofounders Etosha Cave and Nicholas Flanders were recently selected as 2016 Echoing Green Fellows.
Cyclotron Road cohort company Opus 12 has won Phase I SBIR awards from NASA, NSF, and DOE to advance their CO2 reduction technology. Details on each award can be found below.
Nicholas Flanders, Kendra Kuhl, and Etosha cave, co-founders of Opus 12, were featured yesterday in The New York Times, in an article about research and development aimed at recycling CO2 into fuels and chemicals.
From the Shell website: "Shell founded its GameChanger programme in 1996 to provide innovators with the financial and technical support and space they need to demonstrate the technical and commercial viability of their ideas. GameChanger helps them to prove their concept works, quickly and cost-efficiently." Read more
The 30 Under 30 list "recognizes the brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents, change agents in 20 different sectors"
Cyclotron Road's Opus 12 won the cool company startup competition at Fortune Magazine's Brainstorm-E conference this week in Austin, Texas.
Cyclotron Road's Opus 12 and Spark Thermionics have been awarded grants from the Stanford TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy.
Cyclotron Road Project Lead Etosha Cave spoke about her work on electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction at TEDx Stanford on May, 17th, 2015.
Opus 12 project leads Kendra Kuhl and Etosha Cave were recently featured in Greenwire. The article highlights increasing opportunities for women to take leadership roles in clean technology startups, while also calling attention to the major hurdles the energy technology industry still faces in building an equitable workforce.