|Title||White paper on the future of plasma science in environment, for gas conversion and agriculture|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||R. Brandenburg, A. Bogaerts, W. Bongers, A. Fridman, G. Fridman, B.R Locke, V. Miller, S. Reuter, M. Schiorlin, T. Verreycken, K. Ostrikov|
|Journal||Plasma Processes and Polymers|
|Keywords||clean food, nonthermal plasma, plasma chemistry, plasma technology, plasma-agriculture, pollution control|
Climate change, environmental pollution control, and resource utilization efficiency, as well as food security, sustainable agriculture, and water supply are among the main challenges facing society today. Expertise across different academic fields, technologies, and disciplines is needed to generate new ideas to meet these challenges. This “white paper” aims to provide a written summary by describing the main aspects and possibilities of the technology. It shows that plasma science and technology can make significant contributions to address the mentioned issues. The paper also addresses to people in the scientific community (inside and outside plasma science) to give inspiration for further work in these fields.
|Alternate Title||Plasma Process. Polym.|
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