Cyclotron Road Fellows Surpass $1 Billion in Follow-on Funding

Clean energy, materials innovation, climate tech, and circular economy startups led by participants in the Cyclotron Road entrepreneurial fellowship program at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Berkeley Lab) have now surpassed $1 billion dollars in follow-on funding from public and private investors from across the United States. Cyclotron Road fellow startups continue to achieve key funding milestones: Gradient, Liminal Insights, Noon Energy, Tyfast, and Visolis have all reached new funding milestones in the first half of 2023.

“The Cyclotron Road program helps startup companies to initiate their process development, leveraging Berkeley Lab capabilities,” said Ning Sun, staff scientist, Biological Systems and Engineering Division, Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Process Development Unit (ABPDU) at Berkeley Lab. “The Lab has so many tools and equipment that are crucial for companies just starting out.”

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