MIT Startup Exchange is looking for 2 startup speakers to participate in a pre-recorded webcast on April 6 focused on water and industry.
How can P&G enable consumers to do radically more with radically less water and energy use? How can we make invisible use of water & energy visible, right at the point of use? How might we particularly address the triangle of tension that exists between improving sanitization, reducing water & energy, whilst keeping the feeling of abundance of using water?. From incremental evolution to product innovation, easy-retrofit water-infrastructure changes (taps, faucets, showerheads, etc.) and water appliances that aim at both reducing (hot) water and re-using/purifying/enriching (hot) water, we want to partner!
We are looking to partner with experts to find, develop, and validate selective solutions that can target and efficiently remove targeted constituents from mine-influenced water (MIW) to enhance water recovery, reduce residual wastes, and the recovery of resources to generate new revenue streams and offset closure costs.
P&G is seeking innovative chemistry to help us reduce impact in the use phase (superior performance in cold water) and/ or ingredients with positive/ neutral carbon footprint impact.
Early-stage backers of Rivian, JIMCO seeks MIT spin-off startups that are initiating or improving commercialization efforts across multiple industries - eg. energy, water, mobility.
MIT Startup Exchange is seeking several startups to participate in the ILP Webinar Series on Mining and Natural Resources, which will take place over two days this fall.
Ingersoll Rand is seeking early stage technology to commercialize, with the aim of yielding more data connectivity and performance for productivity, efficiency, and sustainability improvements.