A year ago, the “Triple-A” sub-sector was the new kid on the life sciences block. Fast forward some 12 months and Animal Bioscience, Agritech and Aquaculture is maturing fast and firmly established as a key player as the sector strives for that £8 billion turnover target by 2025.... To read the full artical click here
We are pleased to confirm that CelluComp Ltd has received the bronze award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS). CelluComp Ltd recognises the value serving personnel, reservists, veterans and military families bring to our business. We will seek to uphold the principles of the Armed Forces Covenant, by: Offering support to...
CelluComp's director's Dr David Hepworth & Dr Eric Whale were co-authors of an article published by Research Gate entitled "Novel engineered high performance sugar beetroot 2D nanoplateletcementitious composites" Click here to view the full article.
CelluComp Ltd team are co-authors of Biomacromolecules Article on Nanofibers produced from Agro-Industrial plant waste using entirely enzymatic pretreatments
Some of the CelluComp team were co-authors of an article published by BioMacromolecules entitled "Nanofibers produced from Agro-industrial plant waste using entirely Enzymatic Pretreatments, Click here to view the full article.
CelluComp have recently featured in The Scotsman regarding Scotland turning waste into effective resources.You can read the full article here.
Christian Kemp-Griffin (CEO) recently attended the PFI Rise seminar in Trondheim, Norway.The seminar was based around Cellulose Nanotechnology and its recent advances in Cellulose Nanotechnology Research.
Leicester University & CelluComp Ltd have partnered to research how concrete can be strengthened by adding nano-platelets extracted from root vegetable fibres. Click here to read the full article.
Cellucomp's Curran® is featured in Dezeen magazine boasting about its strengthening properties in concrete. You can read the full article here
CelluComp is mentioned in the Materials section of the New Atlas. You can read the full article here