Impossible Labs was founded in 2016 by Tito Jankowski and Matthew Eshed in San Francisco, California.
Co-Founder and CEO
Matthew C. Eshed
Co-Founder and Advisor
Matthew is a sustainable products leader, circular economy advocate, and People-Person. His mission is to support technology that enables a stronger bond between humans and nature. He has designed, piloted, and launched manufacturing systems for high-, medium-, and low-tech B2B and B2C products. Matthew holds a B.S. Mechanical Engineering and Minor Engineering Leadership Development from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Tito is an entrepreneur and he has been other things: a biohacker, a hardware manufacturer, a medical device designer, a patent infringer, and a sailor. Prior to launching Impossible Labs, he co-founded the BioCurious hackerspace and wrangled startup+corporate partnerships at Runway Incubator. Tito holds a Sc.B in Biomedical Engineering from Brown University.
Impossible Labs relies on our curated network of contractors and contributors to bring our clients joy and delight. Our culture is human-oriented; we structure projects for the best possible outcome, and value happy people doing the best work of their lives. We are always looking for individual contributors and academic or research institutions to collaborate on future projects, and would love to hear from you.
Projects with "real world" partners was the most valuable experience we had while at school. We pay it forward by partnering with academic institutions to offer their students a cross-disciplinary climate opportunity project. We are proud to partner with the institutions below to augment their student experience. Please use the button below to inquire about starting a program in your school!
Design for Sustainability ENME489E
Fall 2017: Using the Lean Startup Method to Explore Business Opportunities in Air Mining
Student Team: Steve Walters, Luke Landiak, David Wilkinson
Managing for Innovation and Quality ENME489Q
Spring 2018: A Study of Corporate Opportunities in Carbon Dioxide Utilization
Student Team: Jash Shah, Brandon Blanchard, Paul Monaghan, Brian Mulligan