REVIVE THE WORLD
ULUU – A NEW BIOMATERIAL SET TO
DISRUPT THE PLASTIC INDUSTRY
Uluu is an exciting new biomaterial that’s incredible for our oceans and climate.
It fights global warming by sequestering carbon in anything, and everything, that’s built with it.
It’s biodegradable – so it won’t harm our environment or the creatures living in it.
And, it’s made from seaweed – an amazing, renewable resource, which cleans up our oceans, promotes marine biodiversity, yet doesn’t displace precious farmland.
DR JULIA REISSER
Julia is a highly regarded marine scientist and adjunct fellow at the University of Western Australia. She holds a doctorate in plastic pollution with over 15 years of experience leading R&D for universities, technology companies and foundations, including The Ocean Cleanup, the Australian Institute of Marine Science and, most recently, with Andrew and Nicola Forrest's Minderoo Foundation. Julia is also completing her MBA at UWA and has a PHD, Masters and Honours in Oceanography.
Michael was previously a Principal at BHP, helping to guide its multi-billion dollar AI/ automation growth strategy and R&D portfolio. Before BHP, he practised as an M&A lawyer with top-tier law firm, Corrs Chambers Westgarth. There, Michael advised on a number of high-profile M&A and fundraising transactions (incl. in the mining and aquaculture sectors) and helped to drive the firm’s "emerging technologies" practice. He has double degrees in Law and Commerce (with First Class Honours in Finance) from the University of Western Australia.