Cycled Technologies Embarks on a Groundbreaking Journey with Khalifa University Research Innovation Grant

Mar 13, 2024

Oluwaseun Bamise

We at Cycled Technologies are elated to share a monumental milestone in our journey towards sustainability and technological innovation. Our recent joint-acquisition of the Khalifa University Research Innovation Grant stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to advancing recycling technologies in collaboration with leading academic minds.

In a significant collaboration, we are joining forces with Professor Khalid Asker, a revered expert in polymer science at Khalifa University. Professor Asker's profound knowledge and innovative research in polymer matrices will be instrumental in our project, aimed at revolutionizing the recycling landscape through our Smart Recycling Stations.

The essence of this collaboration lies in harnessing cutting-edge optical characterization technologies to enhance the functionality of our recycling stations. By integrating real-time optical characterization with our existing image recognition technology, we are setting the stage for a significant leap in recycling efficiency. This advanced approach aims to refine the segregation of various plastic types, thereby elevating the precision and effectiveness of recycling processes.

This project is not just a leap forward for Cycled Technologies but a stride towards a greener future. Under the guidance of Professor Khalid, we anticipate developing innovative solutions that will transform the recycling industry. Our collaboration is a shining example of how combining academic expertise with technological innovation can lead to sustainable solutions that benefit our planet.

As we embark on this exciting venture, we remain committed to our mission of driving sustainability through innovation. The Khalifa University Research Innovation Grant is a pivotal moment in our journey, marking the beginning of a new chapter in recycling technology. We are grateful for this opportunity to collaborate with Khalifa University and Professor Khalid Asker, and we look forward to sharing our progress as we advance towards a more sustainable future.

Stay tuned for updates on this groundbreaking initiative as we continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in recycling technology. Together, we are making strides towards a more sustainable world, one innovation at a time.