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Novel Biomaterial that Filters out Harmful Micropollutants Wins Science Award

05:01 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | Lab Bulletin

A granular adsorbent capable of the specific binding and removing of target micro-pollutants, including pesticides, pharmaceuticals, high performance chemicals and heavy metals, from wastewater has won a prestigious materials science award.

Henrik Hagemann CEO CustoMem in LabThis absorbent will be particularly relevant at commercial airports, oil and gas operations and at military installations where there are significant micro-pollutants. CustoMem, founded in 2015 by two Imperial College London graduates, Henrik Hagemann and Gabi Santosa, has been awarded the £25,000...

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