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Green Chemistry News

28th April 2020

Creating cheaper, cleaner fuels of the future

Biojet fuel produced from carinata seed oil has already powered two transoceanic flights and is being introduced into commercial fuel supplies in France and Germany.

28th April 2020

Illuminating the future of renewable energy

Since the compound can convert light into electrical energy, it could be used in the creation of more efficient solar panels.

26th April 2020

Making Biofuels Cheaper by Putting Plants to Work

The research results showed that the amount plants need to make is actually quite feasible.

26th April 2020

Lignin Research Yields Additional Answers into Bacteria's Role

The new research examined the three best-performing bacteria able to convert a fraction of the lignin oligomers.

26th April 2020

Chemists develop safer hydrogenation processes

The research developed in CCNY's Division of Science eliminates the need for this compressed gas and results in a safer operational procedure.

1st April 2020

Plastic from wood

The quality of this naturally occurring product is not as uniform as that of petroleum-based plastics.

1st April 2020

Bioplastic that protects against UV radiation

The biopolymer developed in Oulu is entirely biomass based.

1st April 2020

Biodegradable packaging developed for organic beauty market

The new packaging solves a conundrum for cosmetics firms that currently sell organic.

1st April 2020

Separation chemistry: A step toward greener metal recycling processes

At the same time, the CEA, in partnership with CNRS and the Universities of Regensburg and Montpellier, patented this new method.

1st April 2020

Plant-based particles, water combination forms an 'eco' super-glue

Producing a comparable product to a market leader at low cost and with new properties.

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