Bluemethane’s CEO advocates for collaboration at Innovation Zero

Bluemethane’s CEO, Louise, spoke at Innovation Zero in London last month on the role universities can play to catalyse climate innovation and support start-ups.

Bluemethane values sharing and transferring expert academic knowledge from Imperial College London, University of Cambridge, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Cranfield University. For startups, it’s rarely financially viable to employe specialists. We are therefore champions of the role of universities in catalysing knowledge growth.

Louise spoke alongside Nicole Bachanova from the Greenhouse climate accelerator, Professor Keith Bell from the University of Strathclyde, and Dr Boris Ceranic from the University of Derby. Thank you to Dr Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley from the British Antarctic Survey for chairing the panel.

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