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VIRO-FLOWEnabling technologies and drug discovery: continuous flow processes to discover novel antiviral inhibitors
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Climate change resulting from accumulation of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the uncertainty in the amount of recoverable fossil fuel reserves are driving
ELCOREL is a consortium combining 5 academic and 2 industrial beneficiaries aimed at training young researchers in the field of the conversion of water and
PHOTOTRAINEntrepreneuring Dynamic Self-Organized Interfaces in Photocatalysis: a Multydisciplinary Training Network Converting Light Into Products
The global need to move current human technologies into a sustainable future will have a great impact for the world of chemistry and related industries.