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Chemical and Advanced Energy Technologies (CT)

Development of OrganoBait synthetic bait, the NSF-Supported projected from Kepley BioSystems to provide an ocean-restorative alternative bait product

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Anna Brady-Estevez

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Technology topic

Chemical and Advanced Energy Technologies (CT)

The Chemical and Advanced Energy Technologies topic covers a wide range of technology areas of current and emerging commercial significance pertaining to the broad chemical industry, energy, power generation, and related industrial sectors. Sensing, data and advanced analytics technologies relevant to these fields are also appropriate for Chemical Technologies. Beyond improvement on technical specifications, it is important to also clearly identify the competitive landscape of what is currently possible, and why the proposed innovation will have high impact commercially and/or from a societal benefit standpoint.

CT1. Advanced Chemical Processes and Products

CT2. Catalytic Products and Processes

CT3. Power Generation and Advanced Infrastructure

CT4. Advanced Hydrocarbons, Petrochemicals and Natural Resources

CT5. Advanced Energy Technologies

CT6. Data Technologies, Sensing and Analytics for Chemicals, and/or Energy