CELLINK Asia Sales Director Tomoko Bylund Featured in Forbes

As humans continue to pump more and more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, concerns about global warming and climate change continue to grow. But what if that CO2 could be turned into a source of energy? One startup in Kyoto has developed cutting-edge nano-materials that could trap atmospheric CO2 and harness it as a power source. It’s one way that Japan’s ancient capital is harnessing its large scientific and biomedical potential to address environmental and social problems.

 

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