Olivier Lugier (UvA): Nano Hybrids

Olivier Lugier (UvA): Green synthesis of hybrid core-shell nanoparticles (Nano Hybrids)

Nanomaterials are extremely small materials with unique properties due to their size. They are said to revolutionize many technological fields with high societal impact, like sustainable energy, catalysis and biomedicine. The problem is that their synthesis methods are often complex and polluting, which limits their deployment out of laboratories. Nano Hybrids is developing solutions in the form of a technology that produces hybrid core-shell nanoparticles. Sustainable by design, Nano Hybrids’ objective is to simplify and reduce the environmental impact of nanoparticle synthesis so that other innovators can be provided with these amazing materials to find solutions to big societal challenges.

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