Carbon Waters wins the Poclain Innovation Challenge 2018

Carbon Waters wins the Poclain Innovation Challenge 2018 Events & awards 10 December 2018

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The Cetim (Technical Center for Mechanical Industry) Innovation Forum was held on December 6, 2018 in Senlis (France). The goal of this forum was to encourage discussions between startups and industrialists.

At the forum, Carbon Waters was awarded first prize in the “innovative materials and fluids” category, which included a €5,000  grant. This prize was awarded by Poclain for our innovative graphene dispersion.

The event brought together 67 startups participating in this innovation challenge and more than 300 industrial companies.

Read the Cetim article about this event.

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