Sudoc Mimics Liver Enzymes; Helps Solve Toxic Waste Issues at Construction Sites

One of the Biomimicry Institute’s Ray of Hope Prize® teams is applying biomimicry to create solutions for eliminating toxic chemicals from the built environment. A team from Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute for Green Science has been studying liver enzymes for decades, and they’ve created a startup called Sudoc, to commercialize the research.

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