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Green Chemistry News Roundup: October 4-9, 2015

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Research delivers insight into the green technologies market segment forecasts up to 2023

October 8, 2015 | WhaTech

Developing alternates to technology which can reduce damage health and environmental pollution, and manufacture and develop product that can be eco-friendly to environment


Center for Catalysis Established on Campus

October 8, 2015 | InsideUCR

Center at the University of California, Riverside received approval from to focus on catalysis. The UCR Center for Catalysis brings together expertise in catalysis and nanotechnology.

 

New Biofertilizer Made from Exoskeletons of Crustaceans and Insects

October 7, 2015 | PHYS ORG

Researchers from the Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics (UPM-INIA) developed method to obtain clean organic fertilizer able to regenerate degraded soil caused by overharvesting.

 

First Sustainable Tire Made Entirely out of Natural Rubber Announced

October 6, 2015 | BT

Made from rubber derived from a desert shrub called guayule, all of the tire's construction is made from the natural rubber that is sustainable.

 

NMSU Researcher Explores Cost-Effective, Non-Polluting Geothermal Systems

October 6, 2015 | KRWG

Group developed new fracturing fluid that uses environmentally friendly polymer to create tiny cracks in bedrock deep below the surface of the earth.

 

Urine Recycled into Quantum Dots

October 6, 2015 | Chemistry World

Researchers demonstrated a one-step synthetic route to recycle urine into carbon quantum dots

 

 

 

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