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CenTACat is delighted to announce that it will be starting a new five-year £5 million project in January 2009.

The research programme, CASTech (Catalytic Advances through Sustainable Technologies) is funded by the EPSRC and industry and involves a close collaboration with the universities of Cambridge, Birmingham and Virginia with strong industrial support from Johnson Matthey, Robinson Brothers, Sasol, Borregaard, Forestry Research and Questor.
A major part of the research programme will be focussed on renewable feedstocks for energy and speciality chemicals production.