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Honeywell introduces Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier

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Honeywell UOP has introduced its Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC), a solution that enables the long-distance transportation of clean hydrogen. This cost-effective solution can help meet the growing requirements for hydrogen use across various industries by leveraging existing refinery and transportation infrastructure.

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Novel tin-based metal–organic frameworks for reducing carbon dioxide to formate

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Researchers from Tokyo Tech have developed a tin-based metal–organic framework (MOF) that can photocatalytically reduce carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into formate under visible light. Kazuhiko Maeda of Tokyo Institute of Technology has developed a tin-based metal–organic framework (MOF) that can enable selective photoreduction of CO 2.

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Hyundai Motor and Kia revamp R&D organization to make it more agile, flexible and independent like startups

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Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Corporation are reorganizing their joint research and development (R&D) organization to be able to respond flexibly to the rapidly changing global automotive industry, advance the transition to electrification and accelerate the development of Software Defined Vehicles (SDVs).

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Eneos opens demo plant in Australia to produce MCH liquid organic hydrogen carrier

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ENEOS Corporation has constructed a demonstration plant in Brisbane, Australia, to produce methylcyclohexane (MCH), a liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC), using its proprietary low-cost electrochemical synthesis of organic hydride method Direct MCH. Earlier post.) The plant will begin operation this month.

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Faurecia and Accenture partner on products and services for connected and autonomous vehicles

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OSU researchers find small particles from tires inhibit growth of organisms in freshwater, coastal estuaries

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Small particles from tires inhibit the growth and cause adverse behavioral changes in organisms found in freshwater and coastal estuary ecosystems, according to two new Oregon State University studies. In the estuary ecosystem paper, led by post-doctoral scholar Samreen Siddiqui, the model organisms were Inland Silverside and mysid shrimp.

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Tohoku, UCLA team advance 4V-class metal-free organic Lithium-ion batteries; croconic acid cathode

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A joint research team from Tohoku University and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has made a significant advance towards high-voltage metal-free lithium-ion batteries by using a small organic molecule: croconic acid. Most reported organic batteries to date, however, possess a relatively low (1-3V) working voltage.