GreenCentre to fund promising Green Chemistry technologies

GreenCentre Canada funds research of superconductors and wastewater treatment
Canada’s green chemistry commercialization centre, GreenCentre Canada, is contributing $25,000 each to two proof-of-concept projects that could result in highly efficient electrical transmission lines and a more effective wastewater treatment process.

(Kingston, ON) – GreenCentre Canada has reached another key milestone with today’s announcement of funding for two Canadian researchers whose Green Chemistry breakthroughs are seen as having strong potential for industrial application. 

Dr. Andrew Grant of Mount Allison University and Dr. Robert Singer of St. Mary’s University will each receive $25,000 in proof-of-principle (POP) funding to further advance their research.

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