News - 3 Aug 2009
Thin-film zeolite membranes with tiny, molecule-sized pores are one step closer to replacing the energy-intensive processes now used in industrial separations, a group of academic researchers is...
News - 22 May 2008
They may look like ordinary washers and dryers to you, but to Hemant Jain they are the first steps into the future. In the laundry room at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee’s...
Article - 11 Dec 2019
Heterogenous catalysis is at the heart of modern industry. How are catalysts synthesized and how can
catalyst fabrication be improved?
News - 18 Nov 2019
According to a new study, treated wastewater contains titanium and silver nanoparticles that may have adverse impacts on crustaceans, algae, and cells of fish gills, and these impacts appear to be...
News - 14 Aug 2018
The discovery of buckyballs astonished and pleased chemists in the 1980s, nanotubes enthused physicists in the 1990s, and graphene excited materials scientists in the 2000s, but one nanoscale carbon...
News - 15 Sep 2017
Visualize a robot designed to tidy your home: roving about, organizing dirty dishes into the dishwasher and stray socks into the laundry. Such a useful helper at the moment may be in the science...
Article - 13 Nov 2012
Belgium is situated amidst Germany, the Netherlands, France, Luxembourg, the UK and bordering the North Sea.