Copper foam turns CO2 into useful chemicals

Scientists at Brown University’s Center for Capture and Conversion of CO2 discovered copper foam as providing a new way of converting excess CO2


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Copper foam turns CO2 into useful chemicals

Scientists at Brown University’s Center for Capture and Conversion of CO2 have discovered that copper foam could provide a new way of converting excess CO2 into useful industrial chemicals, including formic acid


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Carbon dioxide ‘sponge’ could ease transition to cleaner energy

New emerging technology called integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) to be integrated into power plant smokestacks


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Silk leaf maker says material could aid space journeys

Graduate builds living leaf from silk fibers and chloroplasts that produces oxygen


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Seidenblatt betreibt Photosynthese

Student baut lebendes Blatt aus Seide und Chloroplasten nach, das Sauerstoff produziert


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Nanostructured metal-oxide catalyst efficiently converts CO2 to methanol

Highly reactive sites at interface of two nanoscale components could help overcome hurdle of using CO2 as a starting point in producing useful products


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Construction starts on world’s largest Post-Combustion Carbon Capture project

NRG Energy and JX Nippon jointly retrofitting coal-fired power plant to capture 90 percent of the plant's carbon emissions


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Invitation – Bio-business workshop on CO2-based chemicals

BIO-TIC partners seek input from key stakeholders from the European industry


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Can CO2 be a green chemical? Yes, when derived from biofuels and other sources

Thinking of carbon dioxide as a green chemical? What about the effects on the environment and economy?


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Solar fuels: How close, how real?

Could a liquid fuel technology emerge that connects solar PV to the efficiency of electric engines — but, this time with long driving range and near-instant refueling instead of laborious recharging?


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Dr. Derek Lovley joins LanzaTech’s Science Advisory Board

Microbial electrosynthesis founder to extend Innovative Carbon Capture and Reuse Platform


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Joule’s quest for fuels from CO2, sunlight and water

Can it really be done? A Tony Stark-like quest for fuels and chemicals secreted by a microbe that lives on a diet of CO2, water and sunlight?


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Umstrittenes Kältemittel – Umweltministerium unterstützt Pläne für CO2-Klimaanlagen

Deutsche Autohersteller sträuben sich gegen den von der EU verordneten Einsatz einer umstrittenen Chemikalie. Als Kühlmittel für Klimaanlagen setzen sie auf Kohlendioxid. Das Umweltministerium schlägt sich auf die Seite der Industrie - und stellt Forderungen an Brüssel


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Rosige Zeiten für künstliche Blätter

Die technische Fotosynthese zur Energiegewinnung rückt näher: Wissenschaftlern gelingt es immer besser, Brennstoff aus Licht zu produzieren


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Solar energy: Springtime for the artificial leaf

Researchers make headway in turning photons into fuel


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CO2 economy is on the move

Amazing dynamics and speed of development in CO2 utilization


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Carbon to Cash with CarbonOrO’s Carbon Capture Technology

CarbonOrO introduced a unique process innovation in the carbon capture industry enabling CO2 capture from gasses at significant cost and energy reductions


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Ethane vs methane, carbon storage vs carbon use: which are the bad trades?

Are the modern orthodoxies leading us in the wrong direction?


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Erneutes Highlight der Niedersächsischen Landesinitiative Energiespeicher und –systeme: Workshop „Power-to-Gas / Methanisierung“ in Werlte

Fachexperten diskutierten über die Umwandlung von Strom in gasförmige Energieträger und deren Speicherung


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