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Loop CO2 Awarded a MassCEC/MassVentures Catalyst/DICES Grant

Loop CO2, an innovative start-up at the forefront of climate technology, is excited to announce the initiation of a groundbreaking study focusing on the moldability of CO2-based thermoplastic elastomers. This pioneering research aims to explore new horizons in sustainable material science, demonstrating our commitment to combating climate change through advanced technology.

In the words of Albert Einstein, 'Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.' Loop CO2 takes this to heart, innovating for a sustainable future.

What are CO2-Based Thermoplastic Elastomers?

CO2-based thermoplastic elastomers represent a new class of materials that incorporate carbon dioxide into their molecular structure, offering an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastics. These materials combine the flexibility of rubber with the recyclability of plastics, presenting a promising solution for reducing carbon footprint across various industries.

The Catalyst DICE Program: Bridging the Gap to Commercial Viability

At this juncture, it’s pivotal to highlight the support mechanisms that enable such innovative endeavors. The Catalyst Program, a beacon of hope for researchers and early-stage companies, offers grants of up to $75,000 to bring climate technology prototypes from the drawing board to reality. Administered jointly by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and MassVentures, Catalyst is dedicated to stimulating the commercialization of climate technologies developed within the Commonwealth.

The Challenge that Catalyst addresses is a common hurdle in the technology development lifecycle: the leap from research to commercial viability. By providing essential funding for prototyping, Catalyst plays a crucial role in transforming innovative ideas into market-ready solutions.

Loop CO2: Leading with Innovation and Sustainability

At Loop CO2, we are proud to align our mission with the transformative goals of programs like Catalyst and DICES. Our study on CO2-based thermoplastic elastomers is not just a step towards a more sustainable future; it’s a leap towards redefining what’s possible in material science. We believe that through collaboration, innovation, and the support of forward-thinking initiatives, we can make a significant impact on the environment and the economy.

Stay tuned for updates on our progress and learn more about how we’re working towards a greener, more sustainable future.

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