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"This award is important in the transition to a more sustainable world and in the fight against climate change."
During the official award ceremony on 20 January it will be announced who is the winner of the third edition and will take off with 35,000 euros
First project: a technology to make the exchange of data more transparent and secure, for example the digitization of wills.
The Brightlands Campus Greenport has opened two new facilities on tuesday: the Nutritional Concepts Lab – the facility for the test and production of healthy […]
Every week there is a news item about the latest technological breakthrough, almost every day a new app or gadget appears. But what impact does […]
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.12.2″] When it comes to durability, chemical industry and durability don’t go hand in hand. The first things that come to mind […]
100 new jobs expected in 5 years time Sitech Services, TNO, Maastricht University and Brightlands Chemelot Campus will together establish a centre for making the […]
In comparison with three years ago, Limburg has risen two places on ING’s Innovation Index. The performance in terms of business dynamics and patent applications […]
Eindhoven-based company Ioniqa is building its first PET plastic up-cycling plant on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen. The plant is expected to be operational […]
Worldwide, there are enormous landfills full of discarded products such as carpets, mattresses and furniture. That's a pity, the materials go to waste and pollute the environment. But it can be done.
Maastricht University launches new bachelor’s degree focused on circularity: ‘A new way of thinking’
Maastricht University is launching a new bachelor's degree, Circular Engineering, this coming academic year. Students learn to develop technical solutions for the transition to a circular economy.
Professor at Maastricht University Yvonne van der Meer investigates how organic materials can indeed contribute to the transition to a circular economy. "This transition needs to be much faster."
Basic molecules as ingredients in medicines, among others, can be made more sustainable in Europe using flow chemistry, contends Rinus Broxterman CTO of InnoSyn.
ETB Catalytic Technologies is working towards making the chemical industry more sustainable. The start-up produces in a green way butadiene, a component for synthetic rubber, among other things.
The economic profile of Kennispark needs to be sharpened. One way of doing this is to achieve a better mix of knowledge-based companies and other activities.
"Today you might claim that something can't be done; tomorrow you'll see possibilities," says Frank Kuijpers, SABIC's corporate sustainability manager. This Thursday, he will give a virtual lecture.
CO2-neutral living and working is a goal for many people. But how do you achieve it? We need the tools to make it work in practice.
Deep Branch raises €8 million to pave the way for a commercial-scale production facility in Geleen, prepares a move to Norway
"This is complementing our existing partnerships by bringing in new aspects of the value chain, including hydrogen, scaling bioprocesses, and commercial finance."
Greening the process industry: How will the Dutch ‘Green Chemistry, New Economy’ action agenda help?
Three people from the field talk about the electrification of the production process and the transition to renewable & recyclable raw materials that put different demands on the way we work together.