Chinese Scientists Catalysts for Cleaner Coal

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March 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Margaret Conley reports on Yashentech Corp. founders Jane Chuan and Wang Youqi, scientists who have discovered a catalyst that would help cut 90 percent of black carbon soot from the tailpipe emissions of 1,800 Shanghai buses. Their emissions-busting effort is one way in which China is racing to solve its clean-energy riddle: How can a country that’s hooked on coal mitigate environmental damage from the dirtiest of fossil fuels? The story will be featured in the May issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine. (Source: Bloomberg)

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