Cameron is co-founder and CEO of Mantel, a Boston-based carbon capture start-up.

Mantel's solution captures CO2 at the high temperatures inside boilers, furnaces and kilns, aiming to reduce the energy cost of carbon capture by more than 60%. Originally from the UK, Cameron studied chemical engineering at Loughborough University before joining MIT's PhDCEP programme.

As a PhD student in the Chemical Engineering department, Cameron developed the newly discovered carbon capture technology with Professor Alan Hatton and Takuya Harada. After demonstrating the technology at bench scale, Cameron joined MIT Sloan's MBA programme, where he launched Mantel with co-founders Sean Robertson and Danielle Colson.

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