RECYCALYSE AT THE CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 10TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM
From November 16 to November 17, Aline Bornet from the University of Bern attended the Catalysis Science & Technology 10th Anniversary Symposium where she presented the RECYCALYSE project in the framework of Improved nanocatalysts, supported IrOx and IrRuOx, for enhanced oxygen evolution reaction.
The session was a 2-day virtual symposium organised by Catalysis Science & Technology revolving around cutting-edge research across all areas of catalytic science where several speakers had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion as well as in a poster session.
There, Aline had the chance to network and engage with relevant researchers in the field of catalytic science. Would you like to see Aline’s poster? Find below the recording:
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