Re-Engineering Chemical Production for Carbon Dioxide Removal with Dr. Laura Lammers, Founder and CEO of Travertine
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In this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet, Dylan is joined by Dr. Laura Lammers, Founder and CEO of Travertine. They discuss a novel process for generating carbon-negative sulfuric acid that uses sulfate waste from the industry as an input.

Dr. Laura Lammers did her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley and has spent many years doing fundamental research to understand the Earth's natural processes that regulate carbon cycling. In January of this year, she shifted from academia to start Travertine to turn her research into a scalable impact on climate change.

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