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9th January 2018

Arsenic and algae: finding sustainable water purification systems

Finding ways to use algae as a water purifier is the focus of new research at UNM.

9th January 2018

New efficient catalyst for key step in artificial photosynthesis

The catalyst acts as a chemical handler, shuffling around the water molecules' assets—electrons, hydrogen ions (protons), and oxygen atoms—to get the reaction to happen.

9th January 2018

Green functionalisation of carbon-hydrogen bonds

The new method provides an environmentally friendly way for pharmaceutical companies to produce pharmaceutical products involving the modification of these chemical groups.

9th January 2018

New catalyst design to reduce nitrogen oxides in diesel exhaust

The research focuses on a type of catalyst called zeolites, workhorses in petroleum and chemical refineries and in emission-control systems for diesel engines.

9th January 2018

Catalysing a green future for chemistry

Osaka University has discovered how to create valuable chemicals from clean sources.

14th November 2017

Airline industry could fly thousands of miles on new bio-jet fuel

Sugarcane that produces oil, called lipidcane, that can be converted into biodiesel or jet fuel in place of sugar that is currently used for ethanol production.

10th November 2017

Lignin – much more valuable than just as waste

At the University of Boras a team of researchers investigate methods to extract and refine lignin for better purposes than burning it.

9th November 2017

Biodegradable microbeads from cellulose

Microbeads are found in cosmetics and personal care products such as toothpaste, sunscreen, hair gel and shower gel.

7th November 2017

Cheaper, greener biofuel processing catalyst identified

The bio-oil produced in the lab from algae contains impurities like nitrogen and oxygen, but treating it with palladium as a catalyst helps remove those impurities to meet clean-air requirements.

28th September 2017

Discovery towards sustainable source of fuel additive ethanol

Stanford scientists have designed a large copper catalyst that produces ethanol from carbon dioxide and water.

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