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The groundbreaking aspect of her work centers on making circular dichroism ion spectroscopy feasible for large biomolecule ions
Merck, a leading science and technology company, today presented Dr. Valérie Gabelica (44), Inserm, and Director of IECB, Pessac, France, with the 2022 Heinrich Emanuel Merck Award for Analytical Science. The award ceremony took place during the analytical conference EuroFAST2022, Nijmegen, the ...
TU Delft and TNO prepare industry for scale-up phase of clean factory
Oil and gas shortages are not only pushing up the prices of gas and petrol, but also plastics, medicines and cosmetics. To make our society less dependent on fossil fuels and combat climate change, the chemical industry needs to change radically. In recent years, TU Delft and TNO have laid the ...
"We create a kind of battery with two terminals, where one of these is a biological terminal and the other one is a chemical terminal"
Generating power while purifying the environment of greenhouse gases should be achievable using bacteria. In a new publication, microbiologists from Radboud University have demonstrated that it is possible to make methane-consuming bacteria generate power in the lab. The ...
PET detected most
A research team led by ecotoxicologist Heather Leslie and analytical chemist Marja Lamoree have become the first to demonstrate that plastic particles from our living environment end up in the human bloodstream. The results of the research project, called Immunoplast, were published today in the ...
The intermittent supply of green electricity requires large-scale storage to keep our power grids stable. Since normal batteries do not scale very well, the idea of using flow batteries, which store electricity in a fluid is attractive. However, these batteries contain rare metals and are ...
Physicists use a single trapped ion to detect ultracold molecules
When we think of ions, we usually think of single atoms that have lost or gained some electrons, but entire molecules can also become ions. In a new publication that was highlighted as an Editor’s Suggestion in Physical Review Letters, physicists from the University of Amsterdam, QuSoft and Stony ...
AkzoNobel is again expanding its collaborative innovation ecosystem
The Paint the Future global startup challenge has invited 11 finalists to take part in a three-day bootcamp taking place in Amsterdam November 16-18. The startups and AkzoNobel experts will meet face-to-face to explore potential collaborations together. The invited startups will follow a tailored ...
Production of fine chemicals in remote locations on Earth, and possibly even on Mars - also facade could make chemicals
Professor Timothy Noël and co-workers in the Flow Chemistry group of the University of Amsterdam's Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences have developed a fully operational standalone solar-powered mini-reactor which offers the potential for the production of fine chemicals in remote ...
Four startups have been invited to collaborate with AkzoNobel on their innovative solutions after being announced as the winners of the Paint the Future China startup challenge. The exciting announcement wrapped up a two-day accelerator event, which brought 17 finalists together with 30 AkzoNobel ...
Paint the Future’s second global startup challenge launches
Startups are about to explore a world of possibilities in the paints and coatings industry – Paint the Future’s second global startup challenge launches May 18. Led by AkzoNobel and powered by thousands of connections around the world, Paint the Future has become the industry’s largest ...