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Propelling space titans

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Understanding the air separation process
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Producing hydrogen from water and solar energy

In 2016, the Group launched a contest called the "Air Liquide Essential Small Molecules Challenge". Competing on the topic "Sunny H2 in a bottle", American researcher Kevin Sivula was recognized for his work on using photoelectrocatalysis to produce hydrogen.

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2018 Air Liquide Scientific Challenge

Inventiveness, curiosity, collective intelligence, and entrepreneurial spirit are at the heart of Air Liquide’s innovation approach. That means developing cooperation with the international scientific community (academics, technology institutes, startups, private R&D…): this is why we have launched a Scientific Challenge.

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Oxygen meets the water challenge

With freshwater a scarce resource, and pollution by wastewater posing an increasing threat to public health and the environment, the world urgently needs even more reliable and competitive water treatment technology.

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The exploration of space continues

Cryogenics and gas engineering play a decisive role at every key stage of the exploration of space. A journey to the heart of the largest international space projects sent into orbit. Lift off!

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Gas Encyclopedia: 64 molecules to (re)discover

For many years researchers, industry players and students had to search for the information they needed on the molecules used in their plants and laboratories in various publications. This information, scattered, sparse, and sometimes inaccessible, took a long time to collect and sometimes required complex calculations. But one day, Air Liquide's Gas Encyclopedia came along and changed everything. In 2017, a new chapter opens.

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Essential Small Molecules: enriching Air Liquide scientific territory

Molecules have been at the core of Air Liquide’s activities since its creation, as highlighted by the Group signature “Creative Oxygen”. Throughout our history, we have continuously developed a portfolio of technologies including new production processes and applications of these molecules along with the associated know-how, equipment and services. Today, enriching our knowledge on molecules will contribute to explore new horizons and serve Society.