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Light at the end of the nanotunnel for catalysts of the future
Using a new type of nanoreactor, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have succeeded in mapping catalytic reactions on individual...
Published Wed 13 Nov 2019
An international celebration of new research possibilities
Chalmers' new electron microscope enables researchers to study and design the smart materials of the future. On 15 May, it was time for the great...
Published Thu 16 May 2019
Come and experience Chalmers’ unique electron microscope
It is the only one of its kind in the world, it weighs about the same as a full-grown bull elephant and it allows us to explore the world of individual...
Published Thu 25 Apr 2019
Better catalysts with the help of fine-tuning at the atomic level
By studying materials down to the atomic level, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have found a way to make catalysts more efficient and...
Published Wed 10 Oct 2018
A new way to improve catalytic processes
How does the catalytic activity of a nanoparticle depend on size and shape? This is a fundamental question that has been studied by PhD Student Mikkel...
Published Tue 20 Mar 2018
Awarded for his work on engine pollution control
Reducing pollution from engine exhaust is an important and very challenging task in our society. Physics Doctor Maxime Van den Bossche has worked...
Published Tue 30 Jan 2018
For women in science-prize to catalysis researcher
Published Wed 08 Mar 2017
Lower combustion temperatures require significantly improved catalysts to ensure a sustainable future.
Alexander Shiskin will defend his PhD thesis on Wednesday 24th of Febuary. Alexander has spent the last few years working on the synthesis and...
Published Wed 17 Feb 2016
Space dust and clean air
The beginning of life and emission control are two topics that combined in Anna Clemens’ PhD thesis. She has investigated both interstellar catalytic...
Published Mon 14 Dec 2015
KAW grant for catalysis research on atomistic level
Professor Magnus Skoglundh from Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has, together with Professor Henrik Grönbeck from Applied Physics, both from...
Published Fri 09 Oct 2015
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