Making carbon conversion more efficient

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About the research

The rise of CO2 levels has many harmful effects on our planet. A part of the solution is capturing CO2 emissions and transforming them into valuable chemicals and fuels, while potentially slowing climate change. Wenjian Hu (VITO - KU Leuven) explains how this carbon conversion works. His research aims to make the process more efficient, paving the way for scaling up from lab experiments to big industrial plants.

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Wenjian Hu
KU Leuven - VITO

Wenjian HU is a Marie-Sklodowska Curie fellow pursuing a PhD at VITO and KU Leuven. He develops nanomaterials for of electrochemical H2O splitting and CO2 reduction, techniques needed to help combat CO2 emissions and its impact on climate change. 

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