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23rd February 2021

Biodegradable Displays for Sustainable Electronics

In the next years, increasing use of electronic devices in consumables and new technologies for the internet of things will increase the amount of electronic scrap.

23rd February 2021

Producing green hydrogen through exposure of nanomaterials to sunlight

Research team of professor My Ali El Khakani, INRS has joined forces with French researchers from ICPEES, a CNRS-University of Strasbourg joint research lab

23rd February 2021

Producing more sustainable hydrogen with composite polymer dots

Hydrogen for energy use can be extracted in an environmentally friendly way from water and sunlight, using photocatalytic composite polymer nanoparticles developed by researchers at Uppsala University

23rd February 2021

Recycle plastics more sustainably

Chemists at the University of Konstanz are developing a process for more sustainable recycling of polyethylene-like plastics.

23rd February 2021

Biopolymer-coated nanocatalyst can help realize hydrogen fuel-driven future

While popular as an eco-friendly fuel, hydrogen is difficult to produce efficiently in an eco-friendly manner (through sunlight-induced decomposition of water)

27th January 2021

Biomass-driven technology allows for enhanced energy conversion

Organic waste – whether from households, agriculture or agroforestry – can be used as energy resource, but is often underexploited.

27th January 2021

First high-level round table for Hydrogen and Green Chemistry

In order to be CO2 neutral by 2050, significant upscaling of technology and intensification of research and innovation in hydrogen and green chemistry will be needed in the coming years.

27th January 2021

Nanocrystals that eradicate bacteria biofilm

A Korean research team has recently drawn attention for developing the technology for removing antibiotic-resistant bacteria by controlling the surface texture of nanomaterials.

27th January 2021

New process efficiently recycles excess CO2 into fuel - study finds

A new study introduces an electrochemical reaction, enhanced by polymers, to improve CO2-to-ethylene conversion efficiency over previous attempts.

27th January 2021

Key step towards cleaner, more sustainable production of hydrogen

Efficiently mass-producing hydrogen from water is closer to becoming a reality as per a study by Oregon State University Engineering College, Cornell University and Argonne National Lab teams.

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