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From university research to cleantech startup

Liquium entrepreneurs Paul Geraghty and Franck Nataliis are revolutionising the way ammonia is produced.

Liquium CEO Paul Geraghty and co-founder of research Franck Natali speak with Fiona Rotherham.

Research at Wellington’s Victoria University has been spun-out into a startup, Liquium, which is decarbonising one of the world’s most polluting chemicals.

University researchers Dr Franck Natali and Jay Chan have discovered a way of synthesising ammonia which involves breaking nitrogen bonds

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Fiona Rotherham Mon, 07 Aug 2023
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