Sutton Grammar School
The aim of this project was to synthesise a novel, photocatalytic, lead-sequestering bioplastic for sustainable water purification. The bioplastic developed in this study is easily synthesizable from readily available resources, thus opening numerous possibilities for sustainable, multimodal and cost-effective environmental remediation and water purification.
: What was your favourite part of entering the Competition?
Krtin Nithiyanandam: I loved meeting the other finalists and learning about their incredible research, but also interacting with the judges and learning from their experiences to better develop my projects in the future.