ChemCatBio is a research and development consortium dedicated to identifying and overcoming catalysis challenges for biomass conversion processes. Led by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories, we work with industry to rapidly transition R&D discoveries and grow the bioeconomy in the United States.
Our current research encompasses the following five themes:
- Upgrading of synthesis gas and synthesis gas-derived intermediates
- Catalytic fast pyrolysis
- Upgrading of lignin, carbohydrates, and other biologically derived intermediates
We invite industry and academia to engage with ChemCatBio to tackle challenges associated with these core research themes, to leverage our capabilities and expertise to overcome any process-specific obstacle, or to collaboratively generate new advanced capabilities.
There are many ways to engage with ChemCatBio, including competitively selected projects funded by the DOE or standard national lab partnerships. Please contact us and our concierge service will put you in touch with the best resource.
Join us for the next ChemCatBio webinar—Accelerating the Catalyst Development Cycle—on June 27. Get more information and register today.
Topic Area 1 of the recently released BioEnergy Engineering for Products Synthesis funding opportunity announcement is specifically seeking to develop partnerships with ChemCatBio. Please contact us directly at email@example.com if you are interested in partnering with us on a proposal.
Join ChemCatBio for a tutorial workshop on the Catalyst Cost Estimation Tool at the 2018 American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting this fall. Learn more and watch a video overview.
Our partnerships between industry and DOE laboratories accelerate technology development, decreasing the time-to-market.
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