Biomass resources in the United States could be harnessed to produce up to 50 billion gallons of biofuel each year. That's enough to fuel all domestic and international air travel.
ChemCatBio helps decarbonize our economy by accelerating the development of catalytic technologies that convert biomass and waste resources into renewable fuels and chemicals.
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Accelerate the catalyst and process development cycle for bioenergy applications
The rapid decarbonization of our economy
John West (Johnson Matthey), Neil Schweitzer (Northwestern University), Rajamani Gounder (Purdue University), and Robert Rioux (Pennsylvania State University) discussed rigor and reproducibility in thermal, heterogeneous catalysis.
The University of New Mexico and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County are partnering with the Chemical Catalysis for Bioenergy Consortium to advance bioenergy technologies.
Mines Doctoral Candidate Awarded Funding To Improve Catalyst for Converting Wet Waste Into Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Manasi Vyas will advance ChemCatBio’s mission after receiving a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research award.