Teams in the TUM Venture Lab ChemSPACE
Following our mission to support innvoative ideas, disruptive thoughts and creative minds we are happy to already have the first amazing and very dedicated teams as part of our TUM Venture Lab ChemSPACE.
Read more about their great work:
Development of novel antibacterial agents against multi-drug resistant infections.
Find out more: aBACTER - Chair of Organic Chemistry II (tum.de)
Contact: Robert Macsics, email@example.com
The Revolutionary Clean Energy Solution | Making The Most Of Biogas
Our innovative and patented system design unites solid oxide fuel cells with catalytic methanation and CO2 storage, doubling electricity production with efficiencies of 80% and offering long-term energy storage by green hydrogen/biomethane generation – all combined with a negative carbon footprint.
Find out more: Reverion - Making The Most Of Biogas
Contact: Dr.-Ing. Stephan Herrmann, firstname.lastname@example.org
RedoCell is developing a replaceable container battery system that can achieve a storage capacity of over 75 MWh per container. This allows up to 40 times more energy to be stored than with other alternative energy storage systems. RedoCell will be used on cargo ships as a complementary energy source and help the maritime transport industry to reduce emissions.
Find out more: RedoCell
Contact: Jasmin Madlener, email@example.com
Match is an initiative to accelerate the development of covalent therapeutics.
Established screening methods for novel therapeutics are expensive and slow. Match is a platform technology that does not require expensive analytical equipment, is 10 times cheaper than current methods and has a paralleled process, resulting in a sample throughput which is 75 times faster. On top, the method requires zero confidential information about the target protein.
SYPOX is the first start-up that electrifies the chemical industry.
Approx. 1.5 % of the world CO2 emissions comes from fuel combustion that supplies heat in high temperature chemical processes. SYPOX replaces burners with electric heating elements thus avoids CO2 emissions.
Find out more: Home | Sypox
Carbon Atlantis develops an electrochemical process to capture CO2 gas from ocean water at scale to turn it into rock carbonates for safe and permanent storage.
Find out more: Carbon Atlantis
Contact: Paul Teufel, firstname.lastname@example.org