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September 2013

Transformations: Kicking Catalysis' Precious Metals Habit, and the Strength of Collaborations



The latest edition of PNNL's Institute for Integrated Catalysis' Transformations newsletter highlights the IIC's search for faster, cheaper catalysts that can convert energy sustainably. Morris Bullock, Director of the Center for Molecular Electrocatalysis at PNNL, talks about using iron and nickel in place of precious metals for hydrogen-producing catalysts.

The value of teaming national laboratory and university scientists in catalysis research is the focus of the feature "Science Far from Solitary."

Finally, Transformations features the IIC's latest video, Storing Renewable Energy in Chemical Bonds. In just 90 seconds, learn how Bullock and PNNL scientists Wendy Shaw and Molly O'Hagan are working on faster, affordable catalysts to produce hydrogen from renewable resources.

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