Our review with M. Pagliaro "Limonene: a versatile chemical of the bioeconomy " is now available in Chem Comm as an advance article here.
Our review with M. Pagliaro "Catalysis via Sol–Gel Acid Silicas: An Important Chemical Technology for 2nd Generation Biorefineries" is now available in ChemCatChem here.
Our paper with Victor Teixeira "Molybdenum carbide nanoparticles within carbon nanotubes as superior catalysts for γ-valerolactone production via levulinic acid hydrogenation" is available in Green Chemistry here.
University press release about the Microbiorefinery here
Our collaborative paper with J. Helaja (Helsinki University) in bis-indole formation has been published in Angewandte Chemie. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/anie.201305579/abstract
Synthetic biology lab backed by £2 million award by BBSRC. This facility, named GeneMill will be part of the UK’s focus on synthetic biology, identified by the Government as one of the ‘Eight Great Technologies’ in which Britain is, or can be, a world leader.
JALS opinion article published in Chemistry World on Biomass utilisation here
Link to Unilever's press released about our collaboration via the Microbiorefinary facility. Click here!
Link to video of Paul Jenkins (Unilever) talking on why Unilever chooses the University of Liverpool. Click here!.
Unilever on the partnership with AB Sugar and the new Microbiorefinary facility in Liverpool. Click here!