Nature – Advances in catalyst research could create a superhighway to clean energy sources and a more-sustainable chemical industry.
New York Times – Milling, or grinding chemicals together without a solvent, could outperform established methods and yet be safe and simple enough for an inexperienced eighth grader to do.
Nature – Researchers hope to show that using the gas as a raw material could make an impact on climate change.
Nature – Slow, solid-state reactions used by lichens and Renaissance pigment-makers could help to make chemistry greener.
Nature – Chemists hope to break China’s monopoly on rare-earth elements by finding cheap, efficient ways to extract them from ore.