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The Big Five may dominate tech these days, but start-ups can still thrive by tackling big thorny problems.
For more than a decade, 7x7's annual Hot 20 has honored the Bay Area's best and brightest people in every field.
Opus 12 took home the $400,000 grand prize in the Forbes Change the World Competition in 2016.
The race is on to prove that CO2 can be taken from the air and recycled into profitable, carbon neutral fuels.
Calling All Young Entrepreneurs: What You Need To Know About The Forbes Change The World Competition
Climate-change entrepreneurs need funding, but they also need the expertise, networking, and intellectual capital that incubators and foundations can provide.
3 Climate-tackling Social Entrepreneurs Recycling Carbon Emissions In Our Air
Opus 12 co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Kendra Kuhl, explains how CO2 conversion fits into the future of the global energy system
Stanford alumni aim to turn waste carbon into usable chemicals for industry
Opus 12 took home the $400,000 grand prize in the foundation’s inaugural search for “Bold Solutions for a Better Future”.
Changing Carbon Waste into Gold
The Elementaly Excelerator is a highly selective Cleantech incubator that helps innovators with commercialization
Nicholas (CEO) was recognized among Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy, 2016.
Opus 12’s founding team was featured among Smithsonian’s picks for the top innovators of 2017.