The elements of life: catalysing pharmaceutical innovation
JM's Ahir Pushpanath gives a fascinating insight into JM's developments in biocatalysis as he explores how enzymes' unique catalytic abilities drive science by connecting essential life elements.
The importance of solid form science in modern drug development
As the pharmaceutical industry turns to more complex chemical entities with increased molecular weight, enhancing solubility is becoming a key drug development challenge.
Building the battery of the future – today
In this article, New Scientist delve deeper into our next generation cathode material, eLNO.
The elements of future power
Johnson Matthey believes its new battery material eLNO will be the innovative technology that kick-starts a clean air, electric vehicle future.
Unlocking hydrogen’s potential
Taking a closer look at how hydrogen can support the transition to greener and cleaner energy.
The elements of future energy
The hydrogen powered future is upon us. Preparing for it will require new technology – and chemistry is here to help, says JM's Jane Butcher, Sam French, Andy Walker and Barry Edmonstone-West.
JM's Chief Technology Officer, Alan Nelson, looks at the vital contributions that elements make to major industries today.
A battery material capable of powering a revolution
Our Chief Technology Officer, Alan Nelson talks about how our innovative battery material will help match EV engines with regular engines on speed, cost and safety.
With a focus on the efficient use of natural resources, Johnson Matthey has developed a technology that could help to lower greenhouse gas emissions by improving process efficiency when producing hydrogen.