- Sustainable technologies: sustainable industry, low carbon, ‘green’ chemistry, recycling, life cycle analysis and the circular economy
- Catalysis: The development and investigation of new and improved heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts and biocatalysis
- Characterisation: Characterisation of industrially relevant materials including catalysts using established or novel techniques
- Chemical and industrial processes: Process optimisation, catalysis, engineering and design for bulk and speciality chemicals and the energy industry
- Digitalisation: Development of laboratory informatics platforms for data sharing; the use of artificial intelligence or machine learning for data analysis and modelling in industrial applications
- Electrochemistry: For energy conversion, generation, storage and transformation applications in automotive and other industries, for example fuel cells, electrolytic (green) hydrogen and the creation of chemicals
- Emissions control: Control of automotive and stationary emissions by precious and base metal catalysis; legislative developments
- Historical: History of Johnson Matthey, and historical developments in science affecting the chemical industry and sustainability
- Material design and metallurgy: Design and engineering of metals, alloys and materials for industrial applications
- PGM and specialist metallurgy: Fundamentals and applications of platinum group metals, their unique properties and applications in glass, catalysis and other industries; refining and recycling of pgms; sustainable technologies
- Surface chemistry and coatings: Molecular level understanding of gas and liquid interactions at solid surfaces and their application in industry
Other subjects may be considered at the Editor’s discretion. For more advice please contact us.
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Last Updated: October 2022
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