chemical engineering

Two Asian Scientists Forecast To Receive 2017 Nobel Prize

Professors Tsutomu Miyasaka and Park Nam-Gyu have been named likely contenders for the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry by Clarivate Analytics.

Creating Eco-Friendly Rechargeable Batteries

Scientists in Singapore have developed an environmentally friendly, highly conductive organic compound that can be used in rechargeable batteries.

Upcycling Brewery Waste For Eco-Friendly Beer

Scientists in Singapore have devised a method to turn brewery waste into a nutritious liquid that can be used to grow brewer's yeast.

2-In-1 Battery Stores Energy & Captures Carbon

While trying to develop a lithium-air battery, scientists stumbled upon a method to create solid carbon dust from carbon dioxide.

Gold That Goes Invisible When Ground

This gold compound shifts its emission profile by an unprecedented 452 nm when ground, changing from fluorescent blue to infrared.

How Moderate Stress Could Prevent Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers have identified a drug candidate that can prevent the death of dopaminergic neurons, a hallmark of Parkinson’s disease.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Show Pau Loke

Bioprocessing engineer Show Pau Loke dreams of being able to commercialize his research and make an impact on the biotech industry.

Fast-Setting Hydrogel Helps Re-Attach Rabbit Retinas (VIDEO)

Scientists have developed a quick-setting hydrogel that could replace vitreous and other soft tissues.

Bangladeshi & Indonesian Among 2017 OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Awardees

A computer scientist from Bangladesh and chemical engineer from Indonesia are among the five recipients of the 2017 OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Awards.