As you may recall, my colleague, Dominique Hebrault, referenced the research of Professor Huw M.L. Davies and his colleagues at Emory University in a presentation that discussed Continue reading
Traditional offline methods to analyze reaction chemistry, such as High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy, and Gas Chromatography (GC), share a common problem: when a sample is removed for analysis, it may be altered or compromised resulting in significant analytical errors. The solution for this is Continue reading
In 2 weeks I will be attending the 21st International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering (ISCRE) where the theme will be “Addressing resource sustainability, environmental and life science challenges with Chemical Reaction Engineering”
“Meeting the world’s demands for energy, food, water and medicine – in a sustainable way, while protecting the environment – requires development of new technologies and advanced materials. The theme of this symposium is to capture the essential role that chemical reaction engineering plays in addressing these challenges. The symposium will feature communications of recent research on CRE fundamentals, enabling technologies, and advanced materials such as catalysts, membranes and solar cells.”
– From the website of the 21st ISCRE Conference.
Looking at the agenda, It surprised me to see in how many different areas chemical reaction engineering and new technologies play a crucial role in addressing the challenges of sustainability, energy independence, and environmental stewardship. I look forward to learning more at the 21st ISCRE Conference.