Category - Chemistry
Science researchers across Europe sign open letter condemning the Trump administration for its limitations on the open exchange of people and ideas
EuroScience, the non-profit grassroots association of researchers in Europe, has sent the politicians of Europe an open letter on behalf of 46 leading science organisations highlighting the negative impact of the ongoing policy reorientation under President Donald Trump and his administration on future scientific progress.
Copper substituted zeolites have long been considered prime candidates as catalysts for reducing NOx emissions from exhaust fumes. Until recently, the catalytic cycle by which they work had not been fully understood, but researchers from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) believe they may have finally found the answer.
Organisers of the biennial International Scientific Laboratory Show & Conference to be held in Nottingham, England this May have launched a campaign to chronicle the ‘History of the Laboratory in Ten Objects’. Anyone with a passion for science can nominate the object they feel has had the greatest impact on lab-based scientific research over the last 200 years.