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Jun 28 2022
ACES and Deakin University Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) researchers that recently formed Smart Eco Energy Labs (SEE Labs) will advance to the ClimateLaunchpad Global Final after winning first place at the Southeast Asia Pacific leg of the competition.
With aims to produce efficient repurposed batteries that are faster, smarter and more sustainable, Dr Kalani Periyapperuma, Nanditha Sirigiri, Sneha Malunavar and Mojtaba Eftekharni created SEE Labs for the competition, and have since progressed all the way to the final stage.
ClimateLaunchpad offers a platform for cleantech and green start-up ideas to be transformed into successful businesses, providing teams with training and winners with potential investment, networking opportunities and prizes.
After being announced as one of the top cleantech start-ups at the National Final, SEE Labs moved on to the South-East Asia Pacific level of the competition where they won first place.
SEE Labs will now compete in the Global Final from 27-29 October. Find more information about the competition here.