Nanofiber material, derived from Cladophora algae, removes virus particles with an efficiency matching that of the best industrial virus filters.
Professor Ozin explores the repercussions of giving up our fossil fuel addiction.
Research team paves way to scale up manufacturing of large objects using a fully compostable bioplastic made from shrimp shells.
Berkeley Lab researchers identify key intermediate steps in artificial photosynthesis reaction.
Spatiotemporally resolved diffuse reflectance in situ spectroscopy (STR-DRiSP) reveals the kinetics of biomass pyrolysis.
The authors review the application of the principles of green chemistry to polymer production technology.
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An overview of recent progress in the field of CO2-responsive polymers is given including a detailed discussion about challenging research aspects.
ThyssenKrupp initiates project to convert process gases from steel production into base chemicals.
1.8mm wind turbines could be used to power cellphones, microelectronics, and have attracted the interested of WindMEMS.