Biopetrolia is one of the industrial collaborators participating in 2D-Tech, a new center based in Chalmers University of Technology for research on two-dimensional materials, with support from Sweden’s Innovation Agency Vinnova. The center is financed by >100 MSEK over five years. As part of the center, Biopetrolia will be involved in research on utilization of graphene for extraction of fats from cell factories. This could potentially lower extraction costs and allow for competitive production of low-value products such as biofuels and commodity chemicals.
Major investment in a new competence center for two-dimensional materials