Circular Economy Goes Metal
SCI-MAT is the LUT’s new platform for bridging metallurgy industry and separation science – with an eye on sustainable business solutions Metals and minerals are emerging as an important part of the global circular economy. LUT has established research platform...
15 minute webinar: Going for Green -Potential of microalgae in circular bioeconomy
Don’t worry if you missed our webinar on the potential of microalgae in circular bioeconomy. Watch a full recording of the event hosted by Professor Amit Bhatnagar at your own leisure.
Fight climate change via Gas Separation
New assistant professor Nima Rezaei is excited about CST’s septech prowess – and eager to pursue collaborations with the locals Carbon capture and utilization (CCU) requires urgent attention due to its global impact on climate change and global warming, says...
When project funding is on the line, Flowrox knows who to call
Securing funding for your company’s key project can be a challenging journey – it may seem, at times, that you need to write the application in some secret code to make it. The challenge is especially daunting, if there is...
CST is turning on an active LinkedIn mode – join now!
Looking for a network that connects you to the latest developments in separation technologies? Separation Technologies Partnerships LinkedIn Group is a dynamic hub for people working within separation technologies and related fields. The Group is at the intersection of academia...
CST Academy researcher Katri Laatikainen champions safe re-use of face masks
As the global Covid-19 crisis hit with full force in March 2020, Academy researcher Katri Laatikainen from CST felt a pressing need to do something. The initial predictions on the spread of the pandemic looked grim – and one particular...
Is it profitable to recycle-gold from electronic waste
Ground-breaking analysis finds that the circular economy could make it possible to keep global warming below 2°C.
Pioneering study shows how circular business models, recirculation of materials, and greater material efficiency of products are key to building a competitive, net zero emissions industrial economy in Europe. The study conducted by Material Economics explores a broad range of...
An atom-thick graphene membrane for industrial gas separation
Chemical engineers at EPFL have demonstrated for the first time that an atom-thick graphene membrane can separate gas mixtures with a high-efficiency. The “ultimate” membrane is scalable, making it a breakthrough for industrial gas separation. Read more…