Top researchers developing a "crumpled" membrane to improve desalination and industrial separations

Lux recently interviewed Andrew Livingston, head of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London, whose research group has published its findings for developing a novel membrane designed to reduce energy consumption for industrial separations. In 1996, Andrew founded Membrane...

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