Cuberg's exciting journey since its founding
Cuberg was founded based on graduate research work in the materials science department at Stanford.
Cuberg joins the prestigious Cyclotron Road entrepreneurial fellowship program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Cuberg closes its first seed investment and signs a joint development agreement with an oil & gas product and service company.
Cuberg is awarded $150,000 in Phase I grant funding from CalSEED.
Cuberg is awarded $225,000 in Phase I grant funding from the NSF SBIR.
Cuberg closes its second seed investment led by The Boeing Company to develop batteries for electrified flight.
World Materials Forum
Cuberg is awarded the Grand Prix and €50,000 at the World Materials Forum.
Cuberg is awarded $150,000 in Phase I grant funding from the DOE SBIR.
Cuberg is awarded $131,000 from the Army Expeditionary Technology Search.
CA Energy Commission
Cuberg is awarded $1.57M in grant funding for production scale-up from the California Energy Commission.
Cuberg is awarded $1.05M in Phase II grant funding from the DOE SBIR.
Competitions and Awards
DOE SBIR, 2019 Phase II Grantee
CEC EPIC Production Scale-Up, 2019 Grantee
Army Expeditionary Technology Search, 2018 Phase III Award Winner
DOE SBIR, 2018 Phase I Grantee
World Materials Forum, 2018 Grand Prix Winner
NSF SBIR, 2018 Phase I Grantee
CalSEED, 2017 Phase I Grantee
Forbes 30 Under 30, Richard Wang (2017 in Energy)
Cyclotron Road, Cohort Two (2016)
Cleantech University Prize National Competition, 2016 Finalist
FLoW Cleantech University Prize, 2016 Finalist
Berkeley Cleantech University Prize, 2016 Runner-Up
North Bay Innovation Summit, 2015 Cleantech Winner
Stanford Ignite, 2015 Program Participant