New international research center aims to lead CCU tech development

The Novo Nordisk Foundation has awarded EUR 84.7m to a new research center meant to develop "scalable" technologies for carbon capture and utilization.

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Backed by DKK 630m (EUR 87.4m) from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, a new research center based at Aarhus University, Denmark, is set to pursue development of technology and knowledge within carbon capture and utilization (CCU) solutions.

The Novo Nordisk Foundation CO2 Research Center, as it's called, fancies itself the world's first of its kind and will strive for international cooperation between industry and authorities to develop "scalable and implementable" technologies within CCU.

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