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The Linde Group and Algenol Biofuels agree to cooperate in CO2 and O2 management for biofuel production from algae


The Linde Group and the US company Algenol Biofuels LLC have agreed to collaborate in a joint development project in order to identify the optimum management of carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2) for Algenol's unique algae and photobioreactor technology. This cooperation will see the companies ...


UMBRELLA against heavy metals

Microbiologist at Jena University coordinates new EU research collaboration


"Please take" - as simple as following a recipe in a cook book, soils containing heavy metals could be remediated in the future: Depending on the kind of contamination and the conditions on the site in question, the best remediation recipe can be put together - that is the goal of a recently ...


Ben-Gurion University signs Scientific Research Agreement with University of Johannesburg and University of California


Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has partnered with the University of Johannesburg and the University of California, Los Angeles to conduct scientific research into the fields of water purification and microalgal biotechnology. “This is an international partnership that will benefit the peoples ...


Successful Arkema & hte research project in glycerol to acrolein and acrylic acid conversion


hte and Arkema announced the successful conclusion of a research collaboration in the field of glycerol conversion to acrolein and acrylic acid. The objective of this collaborative project consisted of providing performance screening for a variety of new suitable catalysts for conversion ...


hte and BP Chemicals announce a successful research collaboration in the field of gas-to-products


hte and BP Chemicals Limited celebrate the fourth consecutive year of a successful working relationship. Over the past four years hte has helped BP Chemicals to develop an entirely new gas-to-products process. By using hte’s proprietary high throughput technology, BP has been able to take its ...


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New Research Center Will Free Chemistry from Earth's Bonds

Scientists to explore chemical reactions in extreme conditions


A new research center combining the tools of chemistry and astronomy will use the unique laboratory of interstellar space to free the study of basic chemistry from the restrictive bonds of Earth. The Center for Chemistry of the Universe will allow scientists to explore new types of chemical ...


ChemBridge Corporation Enters Into New Discovery Chemistry Strategic Alliance With AstraZeneca


ChemBridge Corporation announced new multi-year research collaboration in discovery chemistry with AstraZeneca. This new alliance follows the previous collaboration between ChemBridge and AstraZeneca that was established in 2006 and successfully completed earlier this year ahead of schedule. In ...


Genencor and Goodyear to co-develop renewable alternative to petroleum-derived isoprene

Collaborative research marks a leap forward for the biochemicals market segment and the biobased economy


Genencor, a division of Danisco A/S and The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. announced a research collaboration to develop a breakthrough biobased process for producing isoprene using renewable raw materials. Goodyear and Genencor are developing BioIsoprene™, a biobased alternative for the ...


Ciba and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland expand collaboration in printed electronics

Existing research cooperation develops into strong application and market driven collaboration.


Ciba and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have signed a medium- to long- term cooperation agreement in the field of printed intelligence. The agreement accelerates Ciba's and VTT's current research collaboration in printed organic electronics, established in early 2007, and expands it to ...


Novozymes concludes agreement in Brazil on the development of second-generation biofuels


Novozymes has concluded a development agreement with CTC, the Brazilian sugar cane industry's technical center. Under this agreement Novozymes will contribute enzyme technology for developing bioethanol from bagasse. The agreement with CTC (Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira) is a research ...


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