Are you interested in the intersection of materials science and green chemistry? Join our team to work on a cutting-edge project that combines 3D printing and redox chemistry to create functional materials for sustainable chemical reactions. In this Honours/Master project, you will learn how to use 3D printing to fabricate custom-designed functional materials based redox reaction cell. You will also gain hands-on experience in redox chemistry by using your fabricated cells to perform green chemistry reactions, such as the reduction of CO2 to CO, CH4 to formic acid, or methanol. The project will involve both rational design and experimental fabrication of the redox reaction cell based on 3D printing. You will have the opportunity to work with a team of experienced researchers and use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to carry out your research. This project is ideal for Honours/Master students interested in the cutting-edge field of 3D printing and sustainable chemistry. You will gain valuable skills and experience in both areas, which will prepare you for a career in materials science, chemistry, or related fields.