Catalysis Forum 2017: Fossil-free energy future

International experts are discussing the potential of electrocatalysis in solving the global energy challenge. At the Topsoe Catalysis Forum 2017, senior scientists from around the globe will review state-of-the-art knowledge and discuss future trends and opportunities within electrochemistry applied in energy conversion, energy storage, and synthesis of value-added chemicals as well as novel materials.

Catalysis Forum 2017: Fossil-free energy future?

International experts are discussing the potential of electrocatalysis in solving the global energy challenge. At the Topsoe Catalysis Forum 2017,...

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Catalysis Forum 2018: Smart factory and Industry 4.0

How can the industry make better use of production development data to improve production of solid materials like catalysts? Watch Nigel Edmondson...

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Catalysis Forum 2018: Multi-materials additive manufacturing

Watch Alexander Michaelis from Fraunhofer give a lecture on multi-materials additive manufacturing. The lecture was given at 2018's edition of...

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Catalysis Forum 2018: Continuous manufacturing and dynamic flowsheet modeling

Watch Fernando Muzzio from Rutgers University give a lecture on continuous manufacturing and dynamic flowsheet modeling. The lecture was given at...

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Developing the next-generation catalytic ceramic filters

What does it take to develop a state-of-the-art catalytic ceramic filter? Watch as Francesco Castellino, RD Director at our Air Pollution Control...

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Science at Topsoe: Sustainables R&D

Fundamental understanding of catalysis allows us to create products that truly impact the world. Our catalytic filters and filter bags are only two...

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