Using computational tools, A*STAR researchers are learning how best to deploy air treatment systems across large urban areas.
It is possible to chemically fix waste carbon dioxide gas onto organic molecules without the need for transition metal catalysts
The recycling spent nickel catalysts could be both profitable and environmentally friendly
New findings reveal how layered metallic hydroxide crystals can trap carbon dioxide gas at elevated temperatures
A life cycle assessment study sheds light on the environmental benefits and drawbacks of using bioplastic bags
Scientists at the A*STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology have developed a green catalytic cycle that could help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges—global warming and renewable energy.