Chemical innovation and SusChem are highlighted in a special supplement that is being published and distributed with The Sunday Times this weekend (29 May). The chemical innovation article features an interview with SusChem board member Gernot Klotz of Cefic.
The Sunday Times is one of the UK’s leading quality newspapers with a weekly circulation of around 1.2 million copies. The supplement looks at UK and European innovation under the title Ingenious Britain.
The special magazine is introduced by Vince Cable MP, UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and contains interviews with a variety of personalities from the innovation scene including Martin Shuurmans of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) and Andrew Wyckoff of the OECD amongst many others.
The future of science-business cooperation and knowledge transfer are subjects that are also covered through contributions from leading European organisations in this area. And there are case studies of companies using innovative approaches to improve healthcare, manufacturing, IT and communications, financial and other services. Further case studies cover universities and research institutes making dramatic improvements in many research areas.
If you cannot get a copy of the Sunday Times – or your local international newspaper seller doesn’t get the supplements – Ingenious Britain should be available online from Sunday, 29 May at its dedicated website: http://www.ingeniousbritain.eu.