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CrayoNano Secures a 1.5 Million Dollar Grant From the Norwegian Research Council for Progressing Their Graphene-based Nanotechnologies

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CrayoNano Secures a 1.5 Million Dollar Grant From the Norwegian Research Council for Progressing Their Graphene-based Nanotechnologies

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CrayoNano is a Norwegian-based company and was actually spun off from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. They focus primarily on developing UVC LED packaged chips for disinfection of water, surfaces, and air, using graphene nanostructures.

While CrayoNano has always been supported by European soft-funding programs, the $1,565,000 contribution from the Norwegian Research Council not only boosted the funding that the company had available to carry out its mission but provided a major boost in morale. What is meant by this is that the very fact that they even obtained this grant proves that what they’re focusing on is essential to the world, as it’s important enough to receive such a large sum of money in the first place.

Jo Uthus, who is the CEO of CrayoNano, elaborates on the aforementioned explanation when he reveals that “This shows the interest and support of CrayoNano and our disruptive technology. There is a real need for better disinfection solutions, and this grant re-affirms CrayoNano’s vision for a sustainable and healthier future for all.”

Photo by Giorgio Trovato on Unsplash

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