This week, Deep Branch Biotechnology founders Peter Rowe and Rob Mansfield were announced as part of Forbes’ European 30 Under 30 Manufacturing & Industry 2019 (unfortunately fellow co-founder Bart was too old!).
Forbes highlighted the game-changing potential of the Deep Branch process. Citing the technology’s ability to removes carbon dioxide directly from industrial emissions, converting it into nutritious protein.
What Pete had to say about it:
“We established Deep Branch Biotechnology to make the biggest possible positive impact on the world, in the shortest possible timeframe. In the six months since the company’s inception, we have already begun to make this ambition a reality. We’re thrilled that Forbes have recognised our advances to date, but don’t plan to slow down anytime soon. We’ll shortly be unveiling our plans with commercial collaborators to start producing protein directly from industrial emissions and are shaping up to have our next big funding round closed by the end of the year.”