Striking a balance in clean hydrogen production
Peter Ellis, Technology Director for Green Hydrogen, discusses the decarbonisation of the hydrogen industry and the technological trade-offs and decisions that must be considered to achieve this goal.
How a circular economy and nanotech save us from a clean energy bottleneck
The transition to clean energy is increasing demand for precious metals. JM experts explain the innovations in nanotechnology and recycling enabling a carbon-neutral future.
Five surprising ways to increase living standards sustainably
From making plastics from plants, to cleaning up deliveries - Suzanne Ellis explains how we can make the industries associated with our modern living standards more sustainable.
How the petrochemicals industry can reduce its carbon footprint
Robert Macleod on how the petrochemicals industry can reduce its carbon footprint, specifically around syngas production.
From a fossilised past to fuels and chemicals of the future
Suzanne Ellis’s guest editorial for the Johnson Matthey Technology Review discussing the transformation to net zero in the fuels and chemical industries.
The future for industry will be circular
Turning waste into high-value products makes sense for the environment and the bottom line
There’s more than one road to a zero-carbon future
Andy Walker on why the use of battery electric vehicles will be vitally important, but won’t be enough to clean up our roads on their own.
Increasing momentum in policy and investment to grow the hydrogen economy
Where are we with hydrogen right now? JM's Managing Director, Green Hydrogen speaks to Climate Action.
Ultra-pure synthetic cannabidiol
We’re utilising our scientific and manufacturing expertise to develop and commercialise ultra-pure synthetic cannabinoids that meet the quality requirements demanded by the pharmaceutical industry.