From bio-waste to fine chemicals

From bio-waste to fine chemicals

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The global trend towards fossil fuel depletion and our dependency on them to manufacture fine chemicals have led to sustainable feedstock research. In this search, waste biomass's valorisation is.

Bio-inspired porous catalysts

Bio-inspired porous catalysts

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Several industrial processes related to organic molecules' production are required to manufacture products based on biological processes – not an easy task. Enzymes or biological catalysts perform.

Converting CO2 into fuel

Converting CO2 into fuel

By | Catalysis, CO2 reduction | No Comments

In the greenhouse gas reduction challenge, carbon capture and utilization are considered one of the most promising strategies. Among the pollutant gases, CO2 is the most significant gas.

The world of MOF Newsletter April 2020

The world of MOF Newsletter April 2020

By | Catalysis, Company News | No Comments

Amidst the current global crisis, we are working hard on keeping up the pace of last year. We are all bound to our home office and will continue working from here. Fortunately, our CTO.

Nano-reactor vessels open new fields of catalysis

Nano-reactor vessels open new fields of catalysis

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Using porous nanomaterials shifts the catalytic yield of hydroformylation towards wanted end products, as the reaction will be altered within the pores of the material. Most commercial products.

Zero-emission fuel for a greener future - Producing hydrogen using MOFs

Zero-emission fuel for a greener future - Producing hydrogen using MOFs

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The importance of hydrogen as an energy carrier and tackling its storage challenges were briefly covered in our previous blog post. Now we take a step back to evaluate and understand the.

Particle Size of Metal-Organic Frameworks: Is it size that matters?

Particle Size of Metal-Organic Frameworks: Is it size that matters?

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Depending on the application at hand, particle size can change the performance or even the applicability of metal-organic frameworks. Nanosized MOFs find applications in membranes or.