BOSTON, M.A., July 1, 2021 — Recently, Natrion was accepted to MassChallenge’s Boston program. Through this accelerator, Natrion will gain access to MassChallenge’s renowned startup mentor network as well as a plethora of corporate strategic partners. Natrion was one of over 3,000 other startup applications for this year’s program, is one of only eight New York startups in this year’s cohort, and is a part of the 3% of startups accepted this year in the cleantech sector. Learn more about our cohort here.
[We’re] incredibly grateful and excited for this opportunity — three days into the accelerator and we’re already learning so much from the other fantastic MC startups as well as MC’s partnered companies and mentor network. Looking forward to what’s ahead!
Alex Kosyakov, CEO
About Natrion: Natrion is a battery research and development startup based in Binghamton, New York. It was started out of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2018 by founders Alex Kosyakov and Tom Rouffiac, and is currently based in the New York State-sponsored Southern Tier Clean Energy Incubator. The company prides itself on its unique application driven research approach and expertise in composite material systems.
About MassChallenge: MassChallenge is the global network for innovators. Headquartered in the United States with seven locations worldwide, MassChallenge equips bold entrepreneurs to disrupt the status quo and to create meaningful change. Since launching in 2009, more than 2,900 MassChallenge alumni have raised $8.6B in funding, generated $3.6B in revenue, and created more than 186,000 total jobs. Learn more about MassChallenge at masschallenge.org.