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A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

Resources Index

Blog

Combatting carbon emissions: Is carbon capture the answer?

The white paper summarizes the results of an extensive literature review and analysis of the CAS Content Collection (∼18,500 documents published between 2000 and 2021) detailing terms related to carbon capture, including methods employed, storage or conversion, which were used in combination with terms related to atmospheric CO2 or its environmental effect.

Whitepapers

Readdressing the Balance: Exploring Research Trends in Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

With the widely publicized carbon emissions “race to zero” target by 2050 – interest has been increasing in carbon capture, storage and reduction technologies. Learn more in our landscape view of this emerging research with unique insights and a look at future opportunities.

Whitepapers

RNA-Derived Medicines: A review of the research trends and developments

The use of RNA in therapeutics has the potential to revolutionize medicine. This white paper highlights emerging trends in targets, chemical modifications, and new delivery systems that increase stability of RNA.

Case Studies

CAS Partnership with INPI Brazil Demonstrates AI Success in Increasing Examiner Productivity​

New artificial intelligence-enabled solution from CAS transforms patent office workflow, cuts examination times in half, speeds customer service, and reduces patent backlogs.

Blog

A therapeutic revolution: RNA in COVID-19 and beyond

"We are in the midst of a therapeutic revolution", according to a recent review article in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. This shows the rapid expansion of RNA therapeutics in modern research and clinical development, driven in part by interest in RNA COVID-19 vaccines in the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

Blog

Biopolymers: manufacturing’s latest green hero?

Plastics found in products ranging from grocery bags, car bumpers and even clothes, are traditionally made from synthetic polymers derived from petroleum. Biopolymers created from biomass are generated from renewable sources which also fix atmospheric carbon dioxide and decrease greenhouse gas emissions. Learn more about growing research and development interest bio-based polymers in this blog.

Whitepapers

Bio-based Polymers: A Green Alternative to Traditional Plastics

Read our white paper to find out more about the advantages, limitations, and popularity of the different classes of biopolymers, and how the research and development interest in these alternatives to traditional plastic has changed over the last two decades.

Whitepapers

Enabling Progress Towards a Green Hydrogen Economy

This white paper highlights emerging trends and unique opportunities in the green hydrogen economy, and provides a landscape view of aspects such as production, storage, and utilization.

Blog

Green hydrogen economy: game-changing technologies to transform the world’s energy supply

A literature search in the CAS Content Collection provides useful insights into recent and ongoing intensive research and development into green hydrogen production, storage, and utilization in fuel cells. The trends in publications suggest that hydrogen storage and fuel cells are becoming technologically mature whereas, green hydrogen production is still at an exploratory stage. Read the blog to learn more.