Chain Reaction Innovations
Argonne National Laboratory’s announced today the opening of the national application period for the second cohort of its clean tech incubator-like program called, Chain Reaction Innovations.
Recipients get up to $420,000 to develop tech. Unlike traditional programs aimed at growing enterpreneurs and startups, CRI embeds innovators inside a national laboratory to work with the nation’s top R&D tools, scientists, and engineers. The national program aims to create a bridge between the lab bench and the marketplace to increase the probability of building new businesses that can advance US energy and advanced manufacturing competitiveness.