20 September 2019Harry Macpherson reviews "Nanocarbons for Energy Conversion: Supramolecular Approaches”.
The Johnson Matthey Technology Review
is an international journal of research exploring science and technology in industrial applications.
26 September 2019Rob Potter reviews “Nanostructured Materials for Next-Generation Energy Storage and Conversion: Fuel Cells”.
5 September 2019Jacqueline Edge, of Imperial College London, describes the materials science toolbox for making the most of our resources.
5 September 2019Researchers involved in the design and characterisation of materials for electrochemical energy storage and conversion devices are profiled.
26 September 2019Giulia Mangione reviews the Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium which was held in Oxford, UK.
22 August 2019Low angle mirror tilt grain boundary structures for fluorite structured materials are presented.
11 September 2019Debra Jones reviews the TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo 2019, which was held in Boston, USA.
Remaking plastics for a circular economy
31 October 2019
By James Sherwood
14 October 2019
By Panagiota Angeli, Eduardo Garciadiego Ortega, Dimitrios Tsaoulidis, Martyn Earle
Catalysts for small scale application in natural gas and biomass conversion
20 September 2019
By Cristina Estruch Bosch, Stephen Poulston, Paul Collier, Joris Thybaut, Guy Marin
Understanding the impact of defects in crystalline materials
22 August 2019
By Aoife Lucid, Aoife Plunkett and Graeme Watson
Effects on metal alloy composition at surface and in bulk when operated as a platinum catchment unit during high temperature ammonia oxidation
14 August 2019
By Asbjørn Slagtern Fjellvåg, David Waller, Johan Skjelstad and Anja Olafsen Sjåstad
Johnson Matthey Technology Review features new laboratory research
6 November 2019
Featuring Ruth Carvajal-Ortiz
Edited by Ravendra Singh (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA) and Zhinhong Yuan (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China), Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Volume 41, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2018, 674 pages, ISBN: 978-0-444-63963-9, US$187.50, £150.00, €184.57
3 October 2019
by Michael Hamlin
A selection of recent publications by Johnson Matthey R&D staff and collaborators
26 September 2019
Highlights of the latest developments in battery modelling: from atomistic length-scale to control modelling
26 September 2019
By Giulia Mangione