Organization profile

Organisation profile

We carry out research from fundamental catalyst development to full reactor design and integration. Our goal is to develop novel catalyst/reactor configurations with increased effectiveness and stability whilst reducing energy and material consumption.

Catalytic processes are key enabling technologies to address environmental and economic challenges in the 21st century. They have wide application, including:

  • efficient generation of materials from renewable sources
  • generation of energy from the sun
  • environmental clean up

Catalysis and reactor engineering are at the heart of our current industrial model. Over 80% of manufactured materials need the application of catalysis during production. There is an industry-wide drive to develop more sustainable and efficient processes using multifunctional materials. We are at the forefront of research in this crucial sector, supporting three major themes:

  • Catalysts and reactors design across the scales
  • energy generation and transformation
  • waste-free chemical transformations and environmental protections

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Catalysts Chemical Compounds
Membranes Engineering & Materials Science
Microbial fuel cells Engineering & Materials Science
Oxides Chemical Compounds
Microfluidics Engineering & Materials Science
Polyaniline Engineering & Materials Science
Graphite Chemical Compounds
Water Chemical Compounds

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Projects 2014 2020

Research Output 1995 2019

Air filter comprising polymer foam/adsorbent (e.g. zeolite)/antibacterial metal

Perera, S., Crittenden, B., Camus, O., Chew, Y-M. & G, R., Oct 2018, IPC No. PCT/GB2018/051018, Patent No. WO2018193249, 18 Apr 2017, Priority date 18 Apr 2017

Research output: Patent

10 Citations

A screen-printed paper microbial fuel cell biosensor for detection of toxic compounds in water

Chouler, J., Cruz-Izquierdo, A., Rengaraj, S., Scott, J. & Di Lorenzo, M., 15 Apr 2018, In : Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 102, p. 49-56 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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Bioelectric Energy Sources
Microbial fuel cells
Poisons
Biosensing Techniques
Biosensors