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Holy Grail (company)

Holy Grail (company)

Holy Grail is focused on the development of autonomous research systems dedicated to material science and chemistry with the goal of replacing the use of fossil fuels with electro-chemical battery solutions.

Holy Grail is developing full-stack autonomous research systems to find optimal solutions for impactful material science and chemistry challenges. The purpose of their work is to end the burning of fossil fuels. The company aims to solve problems that have caused bottlenecks in the development of electro-chemical batteries in order to achieve full electrification of electric cars, marine freight, grid and flight.

Holy Grail will bring together deep learning, statistics and robotics to move solutions from chemistry to device at a faster rate. Areas they cover include energy storage and catalysis. Holy Grail claims to be creating the biggest and most precise materials dataset in the world. Simulations and predictions are cross validated with automated experimental data that have zero variability. The goal is to improve understanding of materials from crystal structure to multi component devices.

Holy Grail’s system is claimed to provide automated unbiased decision making for design of experiments and exploration of possibilities. Their experiments and device level testing will have zero human input.

Timeline

June 23, 2021
Holy Grail raises a $2,700,000 seed round.

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Christian Steinruecken

Advisor

David Pervan

COO

Martin Hansen

CTO

Mike Payne

Advisor

Nuno Pereira

CEO

Peter Bruce

Advisor

Peter Littlewood

Advisor

Richard Fields

CXO

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Aria Alamalhodaei
June 22, 2021
TechCrunch
The founders of Holy Grail, a two-year old startup based in Cupertino, California, are taking a micro approach to solving the outsized problem of capturing carbon. The startup is prototyping a direct air carbon capture device that it is modular and small -- a departure from the dozens of projects in the U.S. and abroad [...]
Dr. María Gómez
June 9, 2021
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May 25, 2021
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May 14, 2020
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October 7, 2019
Geek.com
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Jonathan Shieber
August 16, 2019
TechCrunch
For a long, long time, renewable energy proponents have considered advancements in battery technology to be the Holy Grail of the industry. Advancements in energy storage has been among the hardest to achieve economically, thanks to the incredibly tricky chemistry that's involved in storing power. Now, one company that's launching from Y Combinator believes it [...]

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