Announcing the winners of the 2022 RSC Emerging Technologies Competition
A new antibiotic, a sensor to detect methanol, a liquid that can capture carbon and a low sulphur fuel—these are the four award-winning innovations that will share an £160,000 prize pot for their success in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s 2022 Emerging Technologies competition.
Tackling global challenges including antibiotic resistance and climate change, start-up and spin-out companies Alivion AG, Porous Liquid Technologies, Low Sulphur Fuels and MetalloBio took the top spots in the enabling technologies, energy, environment and health categories of the competition.
The companies pitched their products to industry giants including AstraZeneca, Boots, bp, Croda and…
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