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Design new (bio)catalytic conversion routes that allow you to use biobased feedstocks to their highest potential as building blocks for chemicals, materials and fuels. Biomass is the only renewable feedstock which contains the carbon atoms needed to make the molecules to create chemicals, materials and fuels. You will therefore will explore:...

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This Capstone project is the final part of the MicroMasters Program in Chemistry and Technology for Sustainability. Design a sustainable biobased process and evaluate the technological, societal and economic impact to finish the MicroMasters Program. Please note: The capstone project is only accessible for ID-verified MicroMasters Program learners who successfully obtained verified certificate in all MicroMasters Program courses...

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Learn how to design an effective biorefinery to obtain valuable components from various biobased feedstocks such as plants, organisms and waste streams. The use of fossil resources is a controversial topic and there is much scientific research to argue against their use for energy, chemicals, and in the production of almost every product....

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Water - A Key Raw Ingredient for Craft Distilling For an entrepreneur thinking about one day starting a craft distillery, a thorough understanding of water and water chemistry is important. Water is a key raw ingredient in the craft distilling process....

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Polymer chemistry, properties, processing, testing and applications Plastics and polymers have broad range of applications across several industries, from the automotive, electronics, dentistry, sports, fashion, biomedical, building, energy industry and much more.  This course serves as your ideal entry point into the plastics and polymer industry. You will also learn the tests carried out on polymers to determine their quality....

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Learn about the chemical principles behind key synthetic processes relevant to life such as protein synthesis, photosynthesis, and ammonia synthesis. Nobel Lectures and key scientific papers will be used. “Syntheses for Life” will start with the Bohr model of hydrogen atom and discuss chemical evolution, protein synthesis and structure, photosynthesis, and Haber’s synthesis of ammonia....

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Learn the functional polymers, including chemistry, physics, and biology. Polymers, typically plastics and fibers, are leading materials providing useful and inexpensive items for modern living. This course deals with basic and recent progress on functional polymers, bioplastics, polymer solar cells, polymeric biomaterials, and hydrogels, which are useful to understand their industrial applications....

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Top chefs and Harvard researchers explore how everyday cooking and haute cuisine can illuminate basic principles in chemistry, physics, and engineering. Learn about food molecules and how chemical reactions can affect food texture and flavor. During each module of this course, chefs reveal the secrets behind some of their most famous culinary creations — often right in their own restaurants....

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Learn the fundamentals of chemistry and energy on a molecular and a global scale in this introductory chemistry course that engages scientific principles with the global context of advancing technology in energy, climate, and pathways to the future. What technical forces are shaping the modern world? PS11. The fundamentals of chemistry, energy, and other elemental forces shaping the modern world...

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Learn about the world at the molecular level by exploring chemical structure and bonding from a quantum mechanical perspective. Topics include wave-particle duality, electronic structure of atoms, chemical bonding models, and intermolecular interactions. Chemistry is the study of the properties, structure, behavior, and reactivity of matter. Using the machinery of quantum chemistry, you will learn to:...

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