Chemistry has a central, irreplaceable role to play in solving global energy challenges. From turning carbon dioxide into fuel, to producing new materials for the storage of hydrogen, research at Oxford Chemistry is securing our future. To find out more about our research, please visit: http://energy.chem.ox.ac.uk/
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|1||Creative Commons||The Energy Challenge: Research at Oxford||Providing secure, affordable and sustainable forms of energy is one of our biggest challenges this century. Hear how the cutting-edge fundamental research we undertake addresses real world problems and helps us to move towards a more sustainable future.||Phil Grunewald||10 Jun 2015|
|2||Creative Commons||Unlocking the Power of Hydrogen||Kylie Vincent and Philip Ash discuss how bacteria harness the energy stored within hydrogen molecules, and how this could help build a more sustainable energy future.||Kylie Vincent, Philip Ash||10 Jun 2015|
|3||Creative Commons||Nanoparticle Catalysis: Size Matters||Hanif Mahadi, Researcher in Edman Tsang’s group, explains how nanoparticle catalysts help us use fossil fuels more efficiently and develop cleaner alternative sources of energy.||Hanif Mahadi||10 Jun 2015|
|4||Creative Commons||Using Catalysts to Make Exhaust Fumes Greener||How can we reduce the pollution from car exhausts?||Elizabeth Raine||10 Jun 2015|
|5||Creative Commons||Chemistry is Central to our Energy Future||Phil Grunewald, Deputy Director of Energy Research at the University of Oxford, explains how chemistry helps to solve global energy challenges.||Phil Grunewald||10 Jun 2015|