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KU researchers to collaborate on $1.3 million DOE grant for recycling solar panels

Solar power is growing at an astonishing rate, providing almost 4% of the world's electricity, according to the International Energy Agency. But as solar panels reach the end of their working lives, many end up in landfills.

Two from CEBC contribute to new report from the National Academies

The chemical economy is critically important to the U.S. economy and U.S.

NSF EPSCoR grant will advance manufacturing of renewable and recyclable plastics

Plastics are an indispensable part of today's society. These nimble polymers help keep foods fresh, cars safe, arteries clog-free, and have countless other uses. But the benefits come at a cost.

Director of CEBC appointed to national committee

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine assembled a team of researchers, economists, and industry experts this month. The team’s mission is to explore how targeted investments in research could be used to bolster the U.S. chemical economy.

Transforming graduate training and building research capacity at KU

Making bold changes to graduate education is not easy. Integrating disciplines is even harder.

Hydrogen-generating technology climbs closer to commercialization with boost from new grant

Startup company Avium, LLC was recently awarded a two-year, $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to advance commercialization of its hydrogen production technology.

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