UofL researchers developing method to convert carbon dioxide to usable products
UofL chemistry graduate student Jacob Strain conducts a catalysis experiment at the Conn Center. UofL photo by Tom Fougerousse.
Professor Craig Grapperhaus, Ph.D. and Joshua Spurgeon, Ph.D. theme leader for Solar Fuels at the Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research in the J.B. Speed School of Engineering secured funding of $323,542 over three years to develop a methods to sustainably sequester and convert carbon dioxide to valuable products. The three-year project on catalysts for CO2 is funded by the Catalysis Program of the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation (NSF). For full article pleas click here.