News & Recognition

Top 1% in Advanced Materials

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 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.  

Where to Find Us

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Interested in connecting with us in person? This is where we'll be in the next few months:


Energy Forum - Houston, TX (September)

BlueTech Valley - Freson, CA (September)

Banff Ventures - Banff, Canada (September)

BlueTech Valley - Freson, CA (October)

AIChE - Orlando, FL (November)


Or you can always schedule a visit with us in Seattle!

40 under 40!

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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!  

In the News Again

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  Seattle Business Magazine and Chemical Engineering Progress published new articles on us! The CEP article is sponsored by the National Science Foundation which only features 0.2% of their total applicants each year. If you've ever wondered what's so special about what we do these are great perspectives covering two sides of our business!   

New DOE SBIR Phase I

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Membrion® is proud to announce that we've been awarded a DOE SBIR Phase I grant (Award# DE-SC0019554)  to develop a "Nanoporous Ceramic Ion Exchange Membranes in Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries." This grant was written by one of our new hires, Dr. Stephanie Candelaria, who will serve as the Principle Investigator of the project.