Antora Energy, Fervo Energy, Mosaic Materials and Visolis—four startups founded by Cyclotron Road fellows and alumni—received a total of $7.5 million in funding from a pair of Department of Energy offices as well as from the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (APRA-E) this month.
We are thrilled to announce our next cohort of Cyclotron Road fellows. These 13 scientists and engineers will spend the next two years embedded at Berkeley Lab, advancing their technology innovations from promising concepts to first products.
Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road alumnae Etosha Cave and Kendra Kuhl, recently joined the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Program.
Last fall, mere months after joining Cyclotron Road Cohort 2, Sepion Technologies shifted its focus and was awarded funding via the prestigious ARPA-E IONICS program. I sat down with co-founder Peter Frischmann a few weeks after the award was announced to chat about this early success and what it means for him and his company.
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.
Cyclotron Road Innovators Raymond Weitekamp, founder of PolySpectra, and Richard Wang, cofounder of Cuberg, were both selected as part of the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Energy. Weitekamp and Wang join previous Cyclotron Road 30 Under 30 honorees Marcus Lehmann and Colin Bailie, who were part of the list in 2016.
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.
Polyspectra was featured last month in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) as part of the magazine's annual "10 Startups to Watch" list.
Visolis was recently awarded a $600,000 SBIR Phase II award from the US Department of Agriculture.
Spark Thermionics announced their first private financing round at Activate 2016 on September 29th.
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.
Mosaic Materials, led by Cyclotron Road innovator Tom McDonald, has closed a seed round with Canadian investment firm Evok Innovations.
Marcus Lehmann and the CalWave team spent the last two weeks competing in the final gate of the DOE Wave Energy Prize at the Navy's Carderock facility in West Bethesda, Maryland. The winner will be announced on November 16th, 2016
Sepion Technologies, led by Cyclotron Road innovator Peter Frischmann, has been awarded funding through the ARPA-E IONICS program, announced today.
Cuberg, led by Cyclotron Road innovators Richard Wang and Mauro Pasta (right), recently closed a $900,000 funding round and signed a joint development agreement with a strategic investor to develop their battery technology for a high-value niche application.
Cyclotron Road project Sepion Technologies will partner with Berkeley Lab under a newly announced High Performance Computing for Manufacturing (HPC4mfg) award from from the U.S. Department of Energy.
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.
Cyclotron Road cohort company Mosaic Materials has received a Phase I SBIR award from the Department of the Navy to develop adsorbents for life-support applications. Utilizing their metal-organic framework technology, Mosaic Materials’ technology has the potential to substantially improve the performance and reduce the energy consumption of the CO2 scrubbing system of Naval submarines.
Opus 12 cofounders Etosha Cave and Nicholas Flanders were recently selected as 2016 Echoing Green Fellows.