Somerville-based environmental product development company, now known as Cambrian Innovation™, will address the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee on February 17 Cambridge, MA (Feb. 16, 2011) – Cambrian Innovation™ (Cambrian), formerly IntAct Labs LLC, is pleased to announce its formal name change today. The Somerville-based company, founded in 2006, is an environmental product development company focused… View Article
Its official. Cambrian Innovation is the new name of IntAct Labs LLC. Found in early 2006 by MIT researchers, Cambrian Innovation has the goal of accelerating innovation around advanced environmental bio-technology. Our core team will continue to focus on cutting edge science and rapid execution of feasibility, scaling, and marketing innovations.
Cambrian’s co-founder and CEO, Dr. Matthew Silver, has been asked by Senator Mary L. Landrieu (D) to testify this Thursday, February 17, before the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee. The hearing will focus on pending Small Business Innovation Research legislation, and the ways in which government can improve funding mechanisms for early stage innovation…. View Article
“On Wednesday, State Representative Carolyn Dykema and members of the Water Infrastructure Finance Commission visited the office and laboratories of IntAct Labs LLC., calling its technology platform potentially “game changing” for waste water treatment plants. The Representative met with members of IntAct Lab’s team and toured the site for a first-hand look at IntAct Lab’s… View Article
IntAct’s CEO, Dr. Matthew Silver, participates in Boston Clean Tech Incubator working group: “On Tuesday, September 7, we met with CleanTech industry leaders, real estate professionals, and architects at the Institute for Human Centered Design to discuss the development of a CleanTech Incubator in the Innovation District. Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino called upon the… View Article
Senator John Kerry announced today that 34 additional Massachusetts universities and organizations will receive a total of $9,082,722 in National Science Foundation (NSF) awards. The funding was secured through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.” Read full article here.
“IntAct…will research what it calls ‘a completely novel approach to ethanol stillage treatment based on microbial fuel cell (MFCs) processes.’” Read full article here.