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Media Advisory 08-027
Experts to Discuss Recycling Carbon Dioxide

Two-day workshop July 9-10 at the University of Southern California

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Photo of Nobel Laureate George A. Olah and G. K. Parkash who work together on recycling CO2.

Nobel Laureate George A. Olah with G.K. Surya Prakash, both of the University of Southern California, with a methanol fuel cell. Olah, Prakash and Alain Goeppert are co-authors of "Beyond Oil and Gas: The Methanol Economy." A version of the fuel cell will be demonstrated during Dr. Olah's presentation.

Credit: USC


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Photo of G.K. Surya Prakash holding a liquid-methanol fuel cell.

G.K. Surya Prakash of the University of Southern California holding a liquid-methanol fuel cell, which efficiently makes electricity from methanol, a cleaner burning fuel. The conversion of carbon dioxide into methanol is one potential way to reverse global warming while producing non-polluting fuel, and is among CO2 recycling strategies being explored at the workshop.

Credit: Philip Channing/USC


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Photo of Luis Echegoyen, director, Chemistry Division, National Science Foundation.

Luis Echegoyen, director, Chemistry Division, National Science Foundation.

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