We're thrilled to announce the close of our oversubscribed Series A Investment Round at $6M! These funds will enable us to build out a pilot manufacturing facility capable of supplying commercial volumes of ion exchange membranes. You can find more information in our Press Release or via GeekWire, PSBJ and Term Sheet.
Interested in connecting with us in person? This is where we'll be in the next few months:
Vancouver BC (June)
San Francisco (November)
Or you can always schedule a visit with us in Seattle!
Membrion's founder, Dr. Greg Newbloom, took home another two awards in Q1 of 2020! The Diamond Engineering Award is a prestigious alumni award from the University of Washington and recognized Greg's
entrepreneurial talent. The Puget Sound Business Journal's Innovator of the Year recognized Greg's talent for innovation alongside the region's best & brightest.
Membrion is proud to announce an additional $500,000 of non-dilutive funding from the National Science Foundation’s Phase IIb Program! This is the 3rd time that the NSF has put money into Membrion raising their total investment to $1.5M. This new funding puts Membrion in the top 1% of companies supported by NSF given that 14% of companies receive a Phase I award, of those 40% receive a Phase II award and of those < 20% receive the full Phase IIb award.
Membrion's Founder and CEO, Dr. Greg Newbloom, was recognized as a 2019 Puget Sound Business Journal 40 under 40 Awardee for his leadership achievements and entrepreneurial spirit!
Membrion® has been featured in numerous articles including the ones below:
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