Air Liquide opens innovative possibilities to the public sphere with new “Essential Small Molecules” contest


Essential Small Molecules such as O2, N2, H2, and CO2 embody Air Liquide’s scientific territory.

They have an extremely wide variety of physical and chemical properties which make them essential to life, matter, and energy. Reinforcing its focus on science for accelerating innovation, Air Liquide launches an annual “Air Liquide Essential Molecules Challenge.”

The first Air Liquide Essential Molecules Challenge is open to academic teams, private Research & Development, start-up companies, private or public institutes. They are invited to submit, from the beginning of January 2016, proposals for scientific breakthroughs on three topics related to societal and environmental challenges:

1. “Sunny H2 in a bottle”: producing hydrogen from water by using solar energy.

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