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Form Energy develops and commercializes a low-cost battery system that can store wind and solar energy for a long duration. It aims to make batteries that can dispatch energy for days, expanding the ability to supply electricity generated from wind and solar power to the grid. The company's technology transforms the electric grid by making renewable energy dispatchable year-round, as well as extending transmission capacity without building new wires, and replacing the need for conventional thermal generation. Its core technology was invented at MIT and is supported by investors which include Breakthrough Energy Ventures, MIT’s The Engine, Macquarie Capital, Eni Next, Capricorn Investment Group, and Prelude Ventures.
70 jobs
iSee, an MIT spin-off, is paving the way for autonomous vehicles that can deal with unfamiliar situations and complex interactions on the road. Inspired by computational cognitive science, our humanistic artificial intelligence will seamlessly integrate into society and benefit human lives.
Commonwealth Fusion is a research company that develops energy through an inexhaustible power plant. It uses rare-earth barium copper oxide superconductor technology to develop energy. They combine proven physics backed by decades of government-funded fusion research with a revolutionary superconducting magnet technology to accelerate the path to commercial fusion energy. Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring fusion energy technology to the market. CFS was spun out of MIT and is collaborating with MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center to leverage decades of research combined with the innovation and speed of the private sector. Supported by the investors in breakthrough energy technologies, the CFS team is uniquely positioned to deliver the fastest path to commercial fusion energy.
Lilac Solutions has developed a new ion exchange technology to address the challenges faced by lithium producers. Lilac's technology cuts capital and operating costs, accelerates project startup, boosts lithium recovery, and unlocks new resources. Their process is modular and can be ramped up quickly through pilot and commercial projects. Lilac is a mining technology company and is building partnerships with brine developers and operators around the world.
Boston Metal is delivering a future where steel production is emissions-free. Boston Metal's Molten Oxide Electrolysis (MOE) technology provides the metals industry with a more efficient, lower cost, and greener solution for the production of a wide variety of metals and alloys from a wide variety of feedstocks. Boston Metal works closely with customers to tailor the MOE technology for specific alloys, feedstocks, and business needs.
Zapata Computing is a quantum software company that offers computing solutions for industrial and commercial use. It provides hardware-agnostic solutions for simulation, optimization, and machine learning applications in chemistry, finance, logistics, pharmaceuticals, engineering, and materials. Zapata Computing is a spun out of Harvard University launched by a group of Harvard scientists, including Alán Aspuru-Guzik.
15 jobs
Biobot Analytics develops cutting-edge technology to transform sewers into public health observatories. Wastewater contains valuable information about the health of communities. We collect it. We analyze it. We tell you how to leverage it to make your city better. Our first product is to measure opioids and other drug metabolites in sewage to estimate consumption in cities. With this data, those working on harm reduction can assess the scope of the epidemic, allocate resources, and gauge the effectiveness of programming over time.
The Routing Company is an on-demand vehicle routing and management platform that partners with cities to power the future of public transit. Made up of MIT researchers and ride-share industry veterans, The Routing Company builds smart, sustainable transit solutions that are more reliable and accessible than other mobility options.
Resonant Link's breakthrough coil technology shatters the fundamental barriers of wireless charging, increasing performance by 5x while decreasing cost by 10x over conventional litz-based coils. These novel coils increase the range, power, and efficiency of wireless chargers while simultaneously reducing the size, weight, and cost. Our technology fundamentally changes the value of wireless charging in all applications, with proven gains from medical devices to consumer electronics to electric vehicles.
12 jobs
Kytopen is an MIT startup developing their proprietary Flowfect technology for non-viral delivery of molecules into hard-to-transfect immune cells. The scalable Flowfect technology combines microfluidics and automation to make this process easier, faster, and cheaper than ever before. With our automated cell engineering platform, we plan to enable new discoveries in biology that will lead to cost-effective cell and gene therapies.
Via Separations offers a more modular and resource efficient separation solution enabled by novel membrane materials. By pioneering a new filtration membrane based on graphene oxide for fine liquid filtration in challenging environments, the material platform improves selectivity between key nanofiltration solutes and can operate with dramatically increased temperature stability, solvent resistance, and oxidizer tolerance. Physical separations have the potential to reduce the 15% of total US energy consumption used for evaporation and distillation-based separations by a factor of 10. Spun out of the Grossman Group at MIT, Via Separations is poised to be among the first to produce commercial graphene oxide-based products that will extend the boundaries of liquid filtration.
9 jobs
VEIR is developing a new generation of High Temperature Superconductor (HTS)-based transmission lines. VEIR’s evaporative cooling architecture delivers 20 times the cooling power per kilogram of coolant flow compared to conventional approaches. VEIR’s innovations will enable reliable, low loss, cost–effective HTS-based transmission over long distances in narrow rights–of–way, connecting the lowest cost renewable power to where it’s needed, when it’s needed.