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CrossLink Awarded America's Seed Fund Investment

CrossLink Awarded Two Year Development Funding from NSF

Following on its successful phase I project, CrossLink has been awarded a larger two-year phase II grant from the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Program. This supports commercialization of CrossLink’s proprietary carbon fiber manufacturing technology and advances the development of low-cost carbon fiber required by cleantech industries in multiple sectors of the global economy.

Deakin University

CrossLink Undertakes Project with Deakin University’s Carbon Nexus Facility

CrossLink and its tier one manufacturing customer jointly undertook a 2021-2022 project to scale CrossLink’s proprietary carbon fiber manufacturing process as prelude to commercial-scale production. Deakin’s Carbon Nexus is one of the world’s most advanced carbon fiber and composite research facilities, located in Geelong, Australia.

CrossLink Awarded America's Seed Fund Investment

CrossLink Awarded America's Seed Fund Investment

CrossLink has been awarded a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research funding for its work with carbon fiber. The investment is for Tailored Carbon Fiber Technology for High Volume Industrial Applications, a critical development for cleantech industries. 

CrossLink Partners with Tier One Manufacturer

CrossLink Partners with Tier One Manufacturer

CrossLink partners with a tier one manufacturer for the co-development of a new high volume, tailored performance carbon fiber.

CrossLink Establishes Technology Agreements

CrossLink Establishes Technology Agreements

CrossLink establishes cooperative technology and co-development agreements with critical value chain manufacturers.

Industry Leader Invests in CrossLink

Industry Leader Invests in CrossLink

Substantial investment made by a leading industry company to develop and scale CrossLink’s proprietary new technology and manufacturing processes.

CrossLink founded by Connie Jackson

CrossLink founded by Connie Jackson

Connie has over 25 years of engineering, R&D and management experience in the carbon fiber industry.  Most recently, she led construction, startup, commissioning and operations of the Carbon Fiber Technology Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Commercially, she worked for 20 years in engineering, management and executive roles with Teijin, involved in all aspects of the carbon fiber manufacturing, intermediates, pultrusion and composites businesses. Background

National Science Foundation (NSF) & America's Seed Fund (SBIR.STTR)

CrossLink has been awarded multiple grants from the National Science Foundation


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