Jupiter Ionics awarded $2.65 million to develop breakthrough Green Ammonia technology
Jupiter Ionics Pty Ltd has been awarded $2,658,482 for a project which will see the company lead a consortium to develop a prototype to progress the breakthrough ammonia technology developed by Monash University scientists.
Monash University exclusively licence green ammonia technology to new start-up, Jupiter Ionics
Inspired by a vision for a future economy powered by carbon neutral ammonia, new start-up Jupiter Ionics Pty Ltd is the latest company to emerge from a growing stream of enterprises aligned with Monash University’s Technology Precinct.
A gift to advance science - Karen Coulston talks science, wine and helping scientific advancement
Molecular chemist turned winemaker Karen Coulston has long shared her knowledge in labs, lecture halls and cellar doors. Now, with a donation to Monash, she’s helping a new generation of researchers advance scientific discovery.
New salts raise the bar for lithium ion battery technology
Lithium ion batteries are set to take a dominant role in electric vehicles and other applications in the near future – but the battery materials, currently in use, fall short in terms of safety and performance and are holding back the next
Essential oils can be beneficial for your health and mood, study finds
New research from Monash University scientists has uncovered why certain essential oils can benefit mood.
World-first discovery could fuel the new green ammonia economy
In a world-first, Monash University scientists have developed a new, environmentally friendly process that could drive the future production of green ammonia.
New research could pave the way for safer and more efficient COVID-19 testing
International research led by Monash University and the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity has achieved a proof of concept for a new, fast, portable saliva screening test that uses an infrared light technology to confirm infection
Chemist awarded Ideas Grant for new therapeutic approach to prostate cancer
Congratulations to Associate Professor Lisa Martin from the Monash University School of Chemistry on being awarded an Ideas Grant to develop new selective drugs for the treatment of prostate cancer.