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Gas Separation

Greenhouse Gas Capture and Storage

Global warming is one of the most pressing challenges that human species is facing now. There is no doubt that the current crises is due to anthropogenic emissions (human activity), and we must do everything we can to limit the global warming below 2 degree Celsius. Recent international agreement at COP21 Paris is promising, but not enough to stop the escalating temperature rise. One of the feasible solutions is to selectively capture greenhouses gases (CO2, CH4, SF6, etc) from industry flue gases or directly from the atmosphere.


The STEM Lab aims to develop tailored nanomaterials that can selectively capture greenhouses gases. We are taking a top-down approach to develop CO2-negative capture process using novel materials such as graphene, metal organic frameworks (MOF), and zeolites.

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