By Chemistry World2017-10-06T09:42:00+01:00
Super-tough materials derived from inedible plants are lightweight, renewable and strong enough to use in vehicles
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Castable polymers made from castor beans could replace conventional plastics was first published by Chemistry World
Show students the high performance fabric that’s made from waste plastic and is cutting the carbon footprint of the fashion industry
Daniel is helping the world to reach net-zero carbon emissions by creating a way to turn manufacturers’ waste carbon dioxide into chemicals that can be used in everyday products.
Emma collects and processes precious metals that are extracted from electronic waste products.
Scientists dispel the theory that sunlight exposure simply fragments macroplastics that persist in the environment, but what are the implications for the environment?
Examining the role that CO2 plays in the supermarket’s empty shelves
The amorphous carbon material created from buckminsterfullerene
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