Global water resources are increasingly becoming scarce. Many water basins are closing due to unsustainable modes of extraction and more than 800 million people still lack access to safe and sufficient drinking water. Although water is constantly moving through the...
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In his latest opinion piece, Professor Ozin asks: what is the chemical industry doing to mitigate CO2 pollution?
Researchers from China have embedded carbon-coated NVP nanoparticles in carbon nanowires to create a promising cathode material for sodium-ion batteries.
Ford is the first automaker to develop foams and plastics using captured CO2 for its vehicle lineup
The new In Focus of Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology features work presented at the European Bioremediation Conference.
A simple and effective system for photocatalytic CO2 reduction is proposed
Max Planck researchers have developed self-propelled tiny ‘microbots’ that can remove lead or organic pollutions from contaminated water.
Researchers from the Hefei University of Technology and University of Science and Technology of China have improved the cathode performance in lithium-sulfur batteries by embedding carbon nanotube networks within porous carbon.
Opinion: We can’t have a clean-energy revolution without molecules, polymers and materials. But what have we really done to help win the war against climate change?
Outbreaks of hepatitis E virus (HEV) are usually associated with contaminated drinking water. To identify virus transmission routes, researchers from Spain analyzed water matrices and food during a recent HEV outbreak (2012–2014) in a refugee camp in South Sudan. The...