Nagoya University chemists turn metal catalysis on its head for a sustainable future

Nagoya, Japan — The uncertain future of oil feedstocks and environmental pressure are forcing the chemical industry to adapt and find new renewable sources to sustain its activities. Biomass from sources including wood, agricultural waste, and even human …
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