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23rd May 2022

Novel method to make tertiary amines production faster and simpler

Researchers have discovered a new carbon-hydrogen amination cross-coupling reaction that creates a faster, simpler way of making tertiary amines.

23rd May 2022

Using electricity to make pharmaceutical compounds

– Researchers use electricity to develop a tool that may make it easier and cheaper to fabricate the compounds used in pharmaceuticals

23rd May 2022

Storing liquid fuels in polymeric gels to prevent explosions, fires

Researchers find a new safer way to transport and store fuels within polymeric gel networks for safer transport and storage of liquid fuels.

23rd May 2022

Chameleon metal that acts like many others

Researchers create catalytic converters which electronically converts one metal into behaving like another to use as a catalyst for speeding chemical reactions.

23rd May 2022

Plastic-eating Enzyme that can eliminate tons of landfill waste

– A new enzyme variant has been engineered to break down environment-throttling plastics in just few hours.

23rd May 2022

Cheaper, Faster way for continuous Amines production

Researchers have developed a faster, less expensive technique for producing hindered amines which can be used as building blocks in pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals and various other industries.

6th May 2022

Novel Picket-Spengler Reaction with alpha Ketoesters as Carbonyl Source

German company, Witt, has launched two smart dome-loaded pressure regulators with integrated sensors

2nd May 2022

Microplastics found in human bloodstream

Research has found that plastic particles from our living environment are absorbed in the human bloodstream.

2nd May 2022

New Polymer Membrane Tech Improves Efficiency of CO2 Capture

A new membrane technology allows for more efficient removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) from mixed gases, such as emissions from power plants.

2nd May 2022

Metal-free Organic Lithium-ion Battery Gets Closer to Reality

Researchers made advancement towards high-voltage metal-free lithium-ion batteries that use a small organic molecule, croconic acid. uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. X