Sudoc named startup to watch by Chemical & Engineering News
Sudoc, a startup co-founded by CMU’s Terrence Collins and Ryan Sullivan, has been named one of 10 startups to watch by Chemical & Engineering News. Sudoc is developing and commercializing TAML catalysts, a bioinspired environmentally friendly molecule that outperforms toxic chemicals in a wide range of applications and can be used to remove pollutants from natural and built environments.
Sudoc named in 10 start-ups to watch
Sudoc (Sustainable Ultradilute Oxidation Catalysis) was named one of “C&EN’s 2021 10 Start-Ups to Watch.” MechE’s Ryan Sullivan is a co-founder of the company.
Presto quotes on masks for wildfire smoke
MechE’s Albert Presto explains in USA Today that for wildfire smoke protection, much like protection against COVID-19, some masks outperform others.
Pittsburgh Works Together
Presto presents at forum on air quality
MechE’s Albert Presto presented with the Allegheny County Council Committee on Sustainability and Green Initiatives.
The New York Times
Presto’s research on pollution mentioned
MechE’s Albert Presto and former Ph.D. student Rishabh Shah’s research on pollution inequality was mentioned in The New York Times.