Empowering Tomorrow's Technology Leaders
Cyclotron Road, a division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, supports leading entrepreneurial scientists as they advance technology projects with the potential for global impact. The division’s keystone program is a fellowship that supports entrepreneurial scientists and engineers as they develop globally impactful and commercially viable technology products. Since 2015, in partnership with the non-profit Activate.org, fellows have collaborated with more than 70 Berkeley Lab scientists, and the organizations they’ve founded have raised more than $315 million in follow-on funding, hired more than 330 employees, and introduced new products across industries.
Cyclotron Road Application Period Is Closed
With leadership provided by Division Director Rachel Slaybaugh, who is also associate professor of nuclear engineering at UC Berkeley, we are growing and excited to welcome our newest cohort and encourage applications from all.
We empower the world’s top science innovators to advance their ideas from concept to viable first product. Cyclotron Road works in close partnership with an independent non-profit, Activate, which provides specialized entrepreneurship training and a curriculum designed to help innovators bring their innovations to market. Our close ties with UC Berkeley, many other academic institutions, and industry partners in the rich San Francisco Bay Area science and technology ecosystem and beyond help us meet our mission.
Berkeley Lab's National Energy Storage virtual summit will convene and connect national and regional thought leaders across industry, government, communities, and the research enterprise.
Hosted by Berkeley Lab's Energy Storage Center, the summit aims to catalyze solutions and partnerships around specific challenges in energy storage deployment, and enable our nation’s transition to a clean, affordable, and resilient energy future.
Learn more and register: national-energystorage-summit.lbl.gov