Institute of Sustainability for Chemicals Energy and Environment (ISCE²)
Subtle molecular differences in nickel-based electrocatalysts can open the path to more efficient water-splitting chemical reactions for clean energy generation.
Researchers identify a high-efficiency approach that can cut greenhouse gas emissions from plastics and fertiliser manufacturing.
In a comprehensive review, researchers explore how manufacturing defects can power up catalysts that transform carbon dioxide into alternative solar fuels.
Researchers develop a new class of recyclable polymer-based nanofibres with exceptional strength and durability.
Safe for human cells but toxic to bacteria, fungi and viruses, a new strategy for sanitising surfaces could give us the advantage in the fight against pathogens.
Researchers take a deep dive into the current state of the art of iridium-based catalysts for green hydrogen production.
Researchers tune the distance between atoms in single-atom catalysts, allowing them to speed up complex chemical reactions.
Researchers develop a polymer-based bioelectronic transistor that could power tomorrow’s point-of-care diagnostic devices.
Researchers create a new recyclable, eco-friendly class of plastics derived from natural sugar molecules to address the plastic waste crisis.
Researchers match materials to create a high-efficiency thermoelectric generator that turns waste heat into electricity.
Researchers identify an easy-to-recycle plastic alternative for use in electronics, making strides towards a circular economy.