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A Texas-Based Startup Could Decarbonize The Chemical Industry
Solugen, a Texas-based startup has set up itself to decarbonize the Petrochemical industry and could be the first recognised multi-million dollar company stated in a Meth Lab. The company says that it has created a process that can produce thousands of tons of chemicals without depending on Petroleum will be a huge impact in the fight against global climate change. Gaurab Chakrabarti and Sean Hunt the co-founders of Solugen were looking for a lab to test their process for enzymatically manufacturing hydrogen peroxide with a small amount of $10,000 which they grabbed from MIT to cover up their salaries and cover rent and lab equipment.
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