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26 jueves enero 2017

Breakthrough in Nitrate-polluted Water Treatment

The first world electro-denitrification plant to supply drinking water to a municipality is expected to start operating in the small village of Borrassà (province of Girona, Spain) in February 2017. This initiative is carried out by Hydrokemós, a spin-from the Chemical Institute of Sarrià, one of the most important science educational institutions in Barcelona.

26 jueves enero 2017

A whitepaper on Solar-Driven Chemistry for a sustainable future

Driving chemical reactions using solar energy is not just possible, but also necessary for a sustainable future. That is the main conclusion of a recently published whitepaper on Solar-Driven Chemistry published by the European Association of Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) after a series of presentations and brainstorming workshops held in Berlin in October 2015 with participant experts from all over Europe.

25 miércoles enero 2017

Plastic manufacturing: a revolution ahead?

A new technology could drastically reduce the costs and carbon emissions in the manufacturing of the world's plastics supplies

24 jueves noviembre 2016

Pilar Navarro: "Las innovaciones en proceso productivo es la gran apuesta de Equiplast 2017″

Del 2 al 6 de octubre de 2017, el recinto de Gran Via acoge la 18ª edición de Equiplast, el Encuentro Internacional del Plástico y el Caucho. La directora del certamen, Pilar Navarro, explica en esta entrevista cuáles son las principales novedades y los objetivos de la edición que tendrá lugar en octubre del año que viene.

24 jueves noviembre 2016

Antireflective surfaces reach high efficiency by mimicking nature

Moth's eyes have evolved to prevent light from reflecting off them. This particular feature is becoming important for producing better antireflective nanostructured surfaces.

24 jueves noviembre 2016

Molecules made machines: chemistry taken to a new dimension

It might still seem sci-fi for most, but molecular machines are already a reality. And the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 has been awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage (University of Strasbourg, France), Sir J. Fraser Stoddart (Northwestern University, US) and Bernard L. Feringa (University of Groninger, the Netherlands) for its design and production.

24 jueves noviembre 2016

Interview with Jacqueline Cramer, professor in sustainable innovation at Utrecht University:

"Today mechanical recycling is used, but in the future it will be mainly chemical".

24 jueves noviembre 2016

Fungi found out to get sustainable biomass heat production

Obtaining sustainable energy from clean sources is one of the biggest challenges in our century, and has a crucial role in the circular economy.

19 viernes junio 2015

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