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Xampla, which is the UK’s first university spin-out to achieve B-Corp status, is now on a mission to replace everyday single-use plastics and microplastics with their material, which performs like syn ...
Nyobolt was spun out of the Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry in 2016. It was co-founded by Professor Clare Grey and Dr Sai Shivareddy to commercialise their novel ultra-high power battery technolo ...
The £50 million Series B funding is led by H.C. Starck Tungsten Powders, a subsidiary of Masan High-Tech Materials, one of the world’s largest tungsten suppliers – a key component of Nyobolt’s technol ...
Deep-tech start-up Impossible Materials engineers plant-based materials to replace heavy metal ingredients in consumer goods. The funds will be used to construct a pilot facility in Marly, Switzerland ...
Carbon Re, a climate tech company building state-of-the-art AI to decarbonise energy-intensive industries, has raised £4.2 million seed funding to scale up development and deployment of its novel tech ...