Evonik develops membrane technology for separation of VOCs. The Germany-based company has developed a membrane technology for separation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and is launching this on the market under the brand name PuraMem VOC, acording to a statement issued by Evonik.
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ACS Chemical and Engineering News published on "How membranes are upending chemical separations" in their Sep. 13, 2020 issue. Academic and industrial membrane researchers from Georgia Tech, Imperial College of London, Queen Mary University of London, and ExxonMobil were highlighted for their materials innovations towards hyperfiltration of crude oil fractions. Additionally, Hannah Murnen, CTO at [...]
SR Principal Membrane Development Engineer Job Description and Qualifications If you enjoy working in an innovative environment, we have a great opportunity for you! SEPPURE is a separation-tech company developing novel membrane materials and membrane processes for chemical separations. We have an opportunity for SENIOR PRINCIPAL MEMBRANE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER for our R&D centre based [...]
DuPont Water Solutions partners with Sun Chemical to bring membrane degasification modules to marketadministrator2020-09-04T15:12:00+00:00
DuPont Water Solutions has entered into an exclusive global partnership with Sun Chemical and its parent company, the DIC Corp., to bring membrane degasification modules to market. The degasification of liquids is becoming increasingly critical to several water treatment processes, including industrial demineralization, oil and gas production, microelectronics manufacturing, pharmaceutical production, and drinking water treatment. [...]
Baxter International Inc., a global innovator in renal care, today announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the De Novo application for Theranova, the company’s novel dialysis membrane. Theranova was designed to deliver expanded hemodialysis (HDx) therapy, which filters a wider range of molecules from the blood than traditional hemodialysis (HD) filters, [...]
On August 28, 2020, the Department of Energy’s Office Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy released the DOE Desalination Hub's (NAWI) first funding opportunity announcement (FOA) on the topic of Innovations in Intensified Brine Management. The FOA can be accessed from the NAWI Exchange Portal (https://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fnawi.infoready4.com%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cnams%40uark.edu%7Ca0b21c10005e42f15b4508d84d48a3a6%7C79c742c4e61c4fa5be89a3cb566a80d1%7C0%7C0%7C637344321668530536&sdata=FbTmIxGAwf%2BRm19dPiaES4%2Bcua2w5CnCff3%2BaYDO0Xc%3D&reserved=0). Concept papers are due September 21, 2020 by 5:00pm PT [...]
Lanxess’ Liquid Purification Technologies and Polymem SA created a way to make oil refinery wastewater reusableadministrator2020-07-07T16:48:11+00:00
Lanxess' Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) business unit and Polymem SA (Gigamem neophilic hollow fiber UF membranes), completed a combined ultrafiltration (UF) and reverse osmosis (RO) project for an Italian oil company (unidentified) to remove total suspended solids, TSS and borate from the wastewater of an oil refinery in Apulia, southern Italy, making it available for [...]
Christine Duval Receives Early Career Research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Scienceadministrator2020-07-07T16:35:10+00:00
Christine Duval, an assistant professor in chemical engineering at Case Western Reserve University, is one of about 75 scientists across the country, to win an Early Career Research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. The five-year award is expected to add up to at least $750,000. Quoting CWRU's press release, Christine [...]
H2O Innovation Inc. has announced it signed a strategic agreement with ceramic membrane manufacturer, Nanostone Water, Inc. and confirms its leading position as a ceramic membrane system integrator in the water industry. Their relationship dates back to 2016 and includes applications treating surface water and secondary effluent for cooling tower.
Professor Dibakar (DB) Bhattacharyya, University of Kentucky Alumni Professor in the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department, is the recipient of the 2020 AIChE Separations Division Founders Award “in recognition of five decades of exemplary leadership and innovation in service, research, and education which embraced the need for mentoring along with knowledge creation.” Professor Bhattacharyya is [...]