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2012-04-19 23:04:19

Safety Gas Detection, which manufactures, installs and services gas monitoring systems, was commissioned recently to carry out two projects for Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales. (PRWEB) April 19, 2012 The company, based in Leyland, in Lancashire, won a contract to service the equipment that controls the carbon monoxide emissions in the underground car parks at the hotel and conference resort which, in 2010, hosted the Ryder Cup - the once-every-two-years golf tournament between...

2012-03-27 23:56:43

Work by University of Michigan and MIT team yields new understanding of crucial reaction in the body and in CO2-scrubbing bacteria You see it listed on the side of your cereal box and your multivitamin bottle. It's vitamin B12, part of a nutritious diet like all those other vitamins and minerals. But when it gets inside your body, new research suggests, B12 turns into a gymnast. In a paper published recently in the journal Nature, scientists from the University of Michigan Health...

2012-03-12 14:40:58

Chemists at Brown University have created a triple-headed metallic nanoparticle that reportedly performs better and lasts longer than any other nanoparticle catalyst studied in fuel-cell reactions. The key is the addition of gold: It yields a more uniform crystal structure while removing carbon monoxide from the reaction. Results published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Advances in fuel-cell technology have been stymied by the inadequacy of metals studied as catalysts....

2012-01-26 12:14:15

A new catalytic process could convert by-products of diesel production into more useful chemicals for industry A new catalytic process discovered at Cardiff University could unleash a range of useful new by-products from diesel fuel production. More sustainable production of sulphur-free diesel from natural gas and biomass is increasing. However the by-products, hydrocarbons like decane and other low value alkanes have little practical use. Now a discovery at the University's Cardiff...


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