Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Partnering for Sustainable Innovation through Chemistry

Today (17 April), over 220 participants from industry, government and academia will attend the SusChem Stakeholder Event at the Diamant Conference Centre in Brussels. But you don't have to be there to keep up with what is discussed: anyone can follow the debate and presentations and join in the discussion on Twitter using hashtag #suschem2012.

This year's theme is Partnering for Sustainable Innovation through Chemistry. Delegates will hear how sustainable chemistry can and will transform the European innovation landscape in the coming years: resource & energy efficiency, water management, raw materials, smart cities are all areas where chemistry has a key role to play through strong partnerships.

Speakers will provide valuable updates on current and future European partnership programmes, driven from the Innovation Union and Horizon 2020 objectives.

You can follow
Can’t make it to the event? You have two options to follow our live coverage online:
  • Check out this blog for periodic updates, pictures and more
    and/ or
  • Follow the tweets at @suschem

SusChem enhanced strategey - we need your feedback!
This is especially important as we need your feedback on SusChem's enhanced strategy. A briefing on the strategy will be a major part of the event programme for 17 April. Comment via Twitter (using #suschem2012) or leave a comment on the newsblog. The briefing will also be published on this blog and SusChem website during the opening session of the Stakeholder event.

And of course the conversation continues after the event... so stay tuned!

1 comment:

  1. Chemistry is one of the disciplines of science. It colours our life with the discovery of different hidden colours of nature and all the things necessary for making our life happier. The study of chemistry is a must for the advancement of society and for making mankind happier. Chemistry is concerned with rocks, minerals, non-minerals, air, water, plants, animals, other materials of organic origin earth atmosphere, interstellar atmosphere.


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