Start-up of the month

ISC3 – International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Centre

Entrepreneurs in Sustainable Chemistry – Start-up of the Month

Start-ups are a unique source of knowledge and innovation that can substantially contribute to the transformation of the chemical sector. Therefore, assessing and supporting start-ups is a key element of the ISC3 strategy. With each “Start-up of the Month”, the ISC3 tells the story of a company and its founder, gives insights into the innovation and its relation to sustainability. The start-ups presented here are part of the ISC3 Global Start-up Service which provides them with support to develop and scale their business based on the principles of sustainable chemistry.

Shobab Energy – Towards the sustainable electrification of Sub-Saharan Africa

The Nigeria-based start-up Shobab Energy has engaged in addressing the lack of access to electricity that has long plagued Sub-Saharan Africa. This is…

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ESy-Labs – Electrifying chemical synthesis

The Germany-based start-up ESy-Labs GmbH is using electrosynthesis as a platform for the synthesis of chemical compounds. The direct use of…

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IC2R – Carbon recycling by developing innovative catalysis

The Italy-based start-up “Innovative Catalysis for Carbon Recycling” (IC2R) has brought forward carbon recycling by developing innovative catalysis.…

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Geyser Batteries - innovative high-power batteries with a sustainable approach

Geyser Batteries, a Finland-based startup, develops and manufactures innovative high-power batteries with a sustainable approach. The novelty lies in…

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INBIOAR – Innovation in Natural Products for Crop Protection

The Argentina-based biochemical start-up INBIOAR was established a decade ago at the National University of Rosario with a vision of creating…

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Sironix Renewables – creating high performing and ecofriendly products

The Seattle based start-up Sironix Renewables transform plants into eco-friendly high-performance ingredients for the household cleaning industry.…

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Cellugy – Fighting plastic waste with biocellulose

The female-led start-up CELLUGY from Denmark has developed a biocellulose-based product called EcoFLEXY that can be used as an alternative recyclable…

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