What Societal Challenges Can Flow Chemistry Help Overcome?

Video   Mar 29, 2017

 

Flow Chemistry is revolutionizing how drugs and other chemicals are made. It has the potential to clean up the chemical industry, making it greener and more efficient. It could also bring productive chemistry into the home, negating the need for bulky chemical plants and infrastructure.


Lab Tube caught up with: Prof. Anita Maguire, Prof. Mimi Hii, Dr. Tim Noel and Prof. Volker Hessell at Flow Chemistry Europe 2017; and asked them how Flow Chemistry will shape the future and overcome societal problems?

 
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