A gas station on Mars? Chemical engineers envision the possibilities
Researchers have elucidated a process that could be an important step toward a methanol fuel economy
Fueling the "methanol economy" of the future
Researchers say their discovery could lead to industrial catalysts capable of producing methanol using less energy and at a lower cost
Methanol is a key feedstock for the production of chemicals, some of which are used to make products such as plastics, plywood, and paint
Results will guide design of improved catalysts for transforming pollutant to useful chemicals
University of Delaware receives multimillion-dollar ARPA-E award for methane conversion research.
Backed by a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation, a Lehigh research team is working to create a promising new method of producing renewable fuel.