Prof Charlotte Williams Group

At the University of Oxford, Professor Williams and her team investigate how to make sustainable plastics. To do this, they take molecules derived from waste products, such as carbon dioxide and citrus peel, and transform them into long chains, known as polymers. These polymers can be used as the key…

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Enabled Future Limited (EFL)

Enabled Future Limited (EFL), based in the West Midlands, UK, offers consulting, multi-client reports, thought leadership, training and industry tracking aimed at Optimizing Technology Portfolios for a Sustainable Future. All our assignments are aimed at meeting sustainable development and NetZero goals while ensuring continued profitability of companies over time. Sectors…

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Presenting the UK Catalysis Hub Research Data Policy

The Research Data Policy describes the responsibilities of the UK Catalysis Hub partners (researchers, staff, and students) for managing research data. The UK Catalysis Hub research data policy is intended to guide the generation, curation, preservation, and publishing of data produced during research activities. In this talk we will briefly…

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CO2 Capture, Concentration, and Conversion

Closing the anthropogenic carbon cycle requires selective valorization of CO2 and efficient methods for capture and concentration from dilute streams. The first part of the talk will discuss the challenge of product selectivity in electrocatalytic CO2 reduction to renewable fuels. Desirable CO2 reduction products require proton equivalents, but key catalytic intermediates in CO2 reduction can‚Ķ

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Studies of charge compensation in zeolitesÔŅľ

Zeolites can be described as negatively charged inorganic frameworks that are compensated by organic, inorganic and solvated protons. From the point of view of controlling the topology of the zeolite, the use of Organic Structure Directing Agents (OSDAs) plays a central role in synthesis of zeolites. Typically, OSDAs consist in…

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