Graphmatech CEO Dr Mamoun Taher was awarded the 2020 SKAPA-priset for the Uppsala Region today, for his invention of the graphene hybrid material Aros Graphene®.
The SKAPA-priset (CREATE award) is Sweden’s largest innovation award, founded in memory of Alfred Nobel in 1985 with the aim of supporting inventors to further develop their ideas.
“The SKAPA prize means a lot to me personally.” Dr Taher stated.
“It highlights the importance of our inventions towards a more efficient, reliable and sustainable future. It also increases our visibility for future investors to support our vision in building an innovative, successful and large industrial company here in our region.”
The award ceremony was held at Uppsala Castle, with the award presented by Governor Göran Enander and Bengt-Åke Ljudén, CEO of Almi Uppsala.
Find out more in the press release from Almi here (in Swedish)
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