Every fall, the iMatSci Innovation Showcase selects the most revolutionary and original materials companies to present their technologies at the MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit in Boston.
Many of our past innovator teams have gone on to achieve great success; collectively iMatSci has helped to support more than 144 innovator teams that have gone on to raise over $125.2 million in funding and have built new and sustaining partnerships.
Take a look at some of iMatSci’s biggest success stories:
Adaptive 3D Technologies
Mouthguard Named Best Athletic Mouthguard by the Dental Advisor
Adaptive 3D Technologies Launches World’s Highest-Strain 3D Printable Polymer
Akron Ascent Innovations
Akron Ascent Innovations Awarded NSF TECP Grant for Commercialization
Ares Materials Receives NSF Phase II SBIR Grant
Articulate Biosciences Selected as Johnson & Johnson Innovation JLABS Company
BMSEED Selected as Participant in the NIH I-Corps Program
Euclid Tech Labs
Euclid Tech Labs Wins Three 2018 DOE Phase II SBIR Grants
Forge Nano (PnematiCoat Technologies)
Forge Nano, Winner of the 2017 R&D 100 Award as Co-Developer with General Motors
Liquid-Entrenched Smooth Surface (LESS)
New, slippery toilet coating provides cleaner flushing, saves water
Engineering Team Wins Grand Prize for Water-Saving, Impactful Tech
NBD Nano Announces Partnership with International Condenser Tube Manufacturer
U.S. Army: SAFCell, a "Success Story"
SAFCell Inc. Awarded $3MM from ARPA-E
Serionix Wins Cozad Competition
Serionix Receives NASA Phase II Award
SLIPS Technologies Announces $8.6 Million in New Funding Round
Johnson & Johnson Innovation Announces New Collaborations
ThruPore Selected as Finalist in World Materials Forum Startup Competition
ThruPore Announces $540,000 First Close of a $1 Million Seed Round Led by Robinhood Ventures
Duke Start-Up Tyrata Secures $4.5 Million in Series A Financing
Phoenix-Based Entrepreneur Ushers in the "Graphene Era" to Packed TEDx Audience
Urbix Resources CEO Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy
Salt Lake City Company Receives $100K to Develop Formaldehyde Detection Technology
Virolock Technologies, Inc.
The BF TechCelerator @ State College Announces Latest Winner – Virolock Technologies, Inc!
To learn more or get involved, please contact Natalie Larocco.