ZEOCAT-3D poster awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry at FEZA 2021
The scientific artefact devised by CNRS colleagues earns the RSC Advances Poster Prize at FEZA 2021 Virtual, the 8th Conference of the Federation of the European Zeolite Association.
Do you remember our blogs on the first ZEOCAT-3D scientific article on ethylene transformation and the ZEOCAT-3D presentation that earned a silver medal a the 36th GFZ Annual Meeting? Well, our colleagues from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) do not cease to amaze us by bringing our project to the most relevant stages of international research in innovative and advanced chemistry!
This time is the turn of a scientific poster, showcasing “The true nature of deactivation mode in methane dehydroaromatization reaction”. It was prepared by our colleague Antoine Beuque (IC2MP, CNRS) and based on the joint work of Dr Ludovic Pinard (IC2MP, CNRS), Dr Alexander Sachse (IC2MP, CNRS), Prof. Jean-François Paul (UCCS, CNRS), Dr Elise Berrier (UCCS, CNRS) and Dr Hao Hu (UCCS, CNRS).
Due to the ongoing pandemic, this annual 8th Conference of the Federation of the European Zeolite Association (FEZA 2021 Virtual) took place online. The ZEOCAT-3D poster and its video presentation remained available on the official website to its international participants between 5 and 9 July 2021.
On 9 July, the Royal Society of Chemistry – the oldest chemical society in the world – announced awarding Antoine’s poster the FEZA 2021 RSC Advances Poster Prize. Through this award, the judges confirmed the innovative content of CNRS research and the well-delivered presentation, which allowed communicating the poster effectively and in a widely accessible way to its virtual, technical audience.
The ZEOCAT-3D consortium is very proud of this valuable achievement and congratulates the CNRS colleagues involved in the study and poster presentation. The ZEOCAT-3D team is fully committed to communicating the project’s advances to the international research community and interested industrial partners for the progress collected to make a tangible difference in the future of a greener refinery industry and sustainable energy production.
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