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Scientists improve method to capture CO2 from natural gas

September 17th, 2016

Scientists improve method to capture CO2 from natural gas A Rice University laboratory has improved its method to turn plain asphalt into a porous material that can capture greenhouse gases from natural gas. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. […]

Asphalt-based carbon-capture material advances

September 15th, 2016

Asphalt-based carbon-capture material advances A Rice University laboratory has improved its method to turn plain asphalt into a porous material that can capture greenhouse gases from natural gas. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. ECN (This also appeared in […]

Rice chemists turn common asphalt into carbon collector

September 14th, 2016

Rice chemists turn common asphalt into carbon collector A Rice University laboratory has improved its method to turn plain asphalt into a porous material that can capture greenhouse gases from natural gas. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. Houston […]

How to make asphalt soak up more greenhouse gases

September 13th, 2016

How to make asphalt soak up more greenhouse gases A Rice University laboratory has improved its method to turn plain asphalt into a porous material that can capture greenhouse gases from natural gas. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. […]

Asphalt-based carbon-capture material advances

September 12th, 2016

Asphalt-based carbon-capture material advances A Rice University laboratory has improved its method to turn plain asphalt into a porous material that can capture greenhouse gases from natural gas. http://bit.ly/2cDPvPB http://news.rice.edu/2016/09/12/asphalt-based-carbon-capture-material-advances/

Weebit to collaborate with Global tech powerhouse to commercialize revolutionary computer memory

September 9th, 2016

Weebit to collaborate with Global tech powerhouse to commercialize revolutionary computer memory An article profiles the company Weebit Nano, which was founded to develop a memory and semiconductor technology invented at Rice. Business News Western Australia (A similar article appeared in EE Times Europe.) http://bit.ly/2clrb7Y https://www.businessnews.com.au/article/Weebit-to-collaborate-with-Global-tech-powerhouse-to-commercialize-revolutionary-computer

Molecules rev up for world’s tiniest race

September 7th, 2016

Molecules rev up for world’s tiniest race James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is mentioned. EU’s Horizon Magazine http://bit.ly/2ch23y3

RRAM that can do the twist

August 17th, 2016

RRAM that can do the twist An article mentions research by James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering. PC Perspective http://bit.ly/2bnhqEv https://www.pcper.com/category/tags/flexible-silicon

Graphene ‘rivet’ enhances material’s electronics

July 25th, 2016

Graphene ‘rivet’ enhances material’s electronics Nanoscale “rivets” give graphene qualities that may speed the wonder material’s adoption in products like flexible, transparent electronics, according to researchers at Rice. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. Electronics 360 http://bit.ly/2a7LzmL http://electronics360.globalspec.com/article/7042/graphene-rivet-enhances-material-s-electronics

Riveting new graphene material shows its mettle

July 22nd, 2016

Riveting new graphene material shows its mettle Nanoscale “rivets” give graphene qualities that may speed the wonder material’s adoption in products like flexible, transparent electronics, according to researchers at Rice. James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. Materials Today http://bit.ly/29YUvAU […]

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