ChemCatBio Fall Newsletter – How Do You Collect Data for Your Catalysis Research?

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November 4, 2021

ChemCatBio Fall Newsletter – How Do You Collect Data for Your Catalysis Research?

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The Chemical Catalysis for Bioenergy Consortium (ChemCatBio) released their fall 2021 newsletter on the new Catalyst Property Database (CPD). The CPD collects catalyst-centric data into a centralized, searchable location to make previously computed data easier to locate. In the CPD, you can search detailed metadata, such as material compositions and methods, directly rather than searching and mining journal article texts.

The newsletter also features:

  • recent research highlights, like renewable jet fuel efficiency gains from a multi-sector collaboration;
  • upcoming events, like the ChemCatBio-hosted symposium at the 2022 Spring American Chemical Society National Meeting;
  • and news, including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory State of Technology Report on Ex Situ Catalytic Fast Pyrolysis of Biomass.

Read the full newsletter on the ChemCatBio website.


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