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Activated carbon from rice husks provide superior substrates for palladium and other catalysts in organic syntheses

Newly developed supported-metal catalysts use highly porous carbon made from rice husks as their supporting substrate

Industrial quantities now available of totally new hydrophobic ether solvent, environmentally green, that replaces THF, MTBE, Dioxane, and other existing solvents

Green solvent replacement

Dispersible Extruded Foam Cleaners

Kimberly - Clark Corporation is offering for license patented technology that can be used for skin or hard surface cleaning.

Biofilm Reduction Technology

Technology to reduce health concerns as well as energy inefficiencies.

Double-duty soluble electron transport material opens world of printed organic electronics while also usable for vacuum deposition

Antimicrobial, biomass-derived cross-linked polymers for personal-care products use inexpensive sugars as feedstock

Antimicrobial polymers from biomass

Thick-film paste for photovoltaic cells includes both a leaded and a lead-free formulation

New rubber with high impact resilience, excellent cold-resistance, and exceptional vibration absorption

Nonvolatile nano-memory device with reduced program voltage and improved retention

Custom-composite material to survive harsh environments

Custom-composite material to survive harsh environments