Cyclotron Road fellow Richard Wang, whose startup Cuberg enables safe, high-performance batteries for critical applications, has closed a second round of seed funding, led by Boeing HorizonX Ventures. This second round brings Cuberg’s total funding to $3.3 million in grant funding and investment to date.
Cuberg, led by Cohort Two innovator Richard Wang, and Mallinda, led by Cohort Two innovators Chris Kaffer and Philip Taynton, both have released videos of recent prototype demos.
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.
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.