Bring on the CO₂

How researchers make valuable chemicals from green electricity and CO₂.photo: Caroline Rommel

How researchers make valuable chemicals from green electricity and CO₂.photo: Caroline Rommel

Artificial photosynthesis

How new chemicals are being made from CO₂

Evonik and Siemens produce specialty chemicals from electricity and carbon dioxide with the help of electrolysis and bacteria.

Sustainable production

How green chemistry is created

The infographic shows how electrolysis and fermentation produce butanol and hexanol.

Energy supply

The energy transition worldwide

Every country needs energy. A look at how other countries generate electricity.

Renewable sources of energy

How to Connect Sectors

In the future, heating, mobility, and electricity must be linked more closely together—with chemistry playing a key role.

Evonik Digital

Digital Pacemakers

The new subsidiary Evonik Digital GmbH is reinforcing digitalization within the Group. A visit to an agile think tank.

An overview of the dossiers

Concentrated information: Our dossiers bring together everything worth knowing about the main themes of ELEMENTS—clearly and concisely.

Elements Edition 03 2019

Knowledge Storage

All issues of Elements in the archive

You will find an overview of the previous issues of Elements here.

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