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CBET Program 1401 Research Highlights

 

Catalysis and Biocatalysis

Program Director:   George Antos


Listed below are Research Highlights from this program:

       
  Principal Investigator
and Link to Abstract

Institution
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and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights Coming Soon]
       
 
FY 2012
   
       
* Woodbury, Neal
Arizona State University
  Nanostructured Enzyme Complexes Give More Efficient Catalysis
       
 
FY 2009
   
       
* Yakobson, Boris
William Marsh Rice University
  How Do Carbon Nanotubes Grow?
       
 
FY 2008
   
       
* Huber, George
University of Massachusetts Amherst
  Gasoline from Cellulose by Catalytic Fast Pyrolysis in a Single Reactor
       

 

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