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Sustainable Resource Utilization and Development

Sustainable resource utilization and development is the use of natural resources in a way and at a rate that does not lead to the long-term decline of biological diversity, thereby maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of present and future generations.

Research Areas

  • Sustainable value-added synthesis from natural gas 
  • Advanced combustion 
  • CO2 separation, storage, and reuse 
  • Ammonia synthesis 
  • Reduced environmental impact hydrofracking 
  • Mineral/Rare Earth extraction and processing 
  • Mining Geomechanics 
  • Mineral Resource extraction 
  • Subsidence mitigation 
  • Mine Health and Safety 
  • Autonomous navigation in Underground Mines 
  • Autonomous navigation in Underground Mines 
  • Water treatment for extraction industries 
  • Catalysis (Green catalysis and Biocatalysis, become world leader in advanced catalysts) 
  • Unconventional resources (Shale) development 
  • Polymers for chemical circularity 
  • Recycling of Polymer Composites & Applications 

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