Research and impact
Discover the latest research to come out of CEAS and its potential global, economic, environmental and business impact.
Research and impact 19th March 2021
Dr Carmine D’Agostino, Professor Anton Kiss, Dr Xiaolei Fan, and Dr Vincenzo Spallina have recently been awarded an EPSRC Funded project, titled “Sustainable Production of ACrylic acId from reNewable waste Glycerol (SPACING)”.
Chemical engineers at work 18th May 2020
Digital Interview with Professor Arthur Garforth (Professor of Catalysis, Honorary Head of Teaching). Inaugural lecture, NHS Plastic Use and projects on Mars. Congratulations on achieving your Professorship, what does being able to present an inaugural lecture mean to you? Thank you absolutely delighted – firstly the thought of having to give an inaugural (lecture) was […]
Research and impact 13th August 2019
International Left Handers Day is a day human evolution and natural selection dictates should not exist. We find out why lefties have continued to persist throughout human evolution.
Meet the Department 19th July 2019
The first in a new series where academics share their latest research. In this post, we talk to Prof Adisa Azapagic about her research into Sustainable Industrial Systems.
Research and impact 14th January 2019
The catalysis Hub is a UK wide research centre involving over 40 universities and over 200 academics, undertaking joint research in all areas of catalysis; stretching from fundamentals, to applications and engineering solutions. In addition, the interaction with industry is of real importance.
Research and impact 5th October 2016
My research focuses on carbon capture technologies, aiming to reduce its impact on climate change and global warming. My work employs the application of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) for carbon dioxide capture. MOFs are a class of porous physical adsorbents that attract carbon dioxide selectively and store it in their porous frameworks.