Micromeritics Partners with Professor Cooper Ph.D. in his Pursuit to Discover New Materials to Reduce CO2 Emissions - 5/25/2016
Written by AZoM
In the fast-paced and competitive world of materials discovery and porous materials research, producing results and conclusions quickly is essential.
Professor Andrew Cooper, one of the most distinguished researchers in materials discovery, has first hand experience of how partnering with Micromeritics, a versatile and knowledgeable service provider, can help towards successfully meeting research aims and objectives.
Fossil fuels are widely used, however their use raises serious environmental concerns. Burning fossil fuels produces around 21.3 billion tones of CO² per year, and as only half this amount can be naturally absorbed, an increase of 10.65 billion tones of atmospheric CO² is produced annually. A global movement towards the reduction in CO² emissions has commenced, as we prepare for a more sustainable future.
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