Bath showcases latest sustainable chemical technologies
Scientists from academia and industry got together to discuss the latest in sustainable chemical technologies at the University of Bathfrom 9 to 11 July 2012.
The Summer Showcase was hosted by the University’s Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, part of the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT).
The DTC in Sustainable Chemical Technologies runs a four-year PhD programme where students mix taught courses with multi-disciplinary research projects in the latest cutting edge research at the interface of sustainable chemistry and chemical engineering, working closely with industrial and international partners.
The Summer Showcase comprised a wide range of short presentations from CSCT researchers, DTC students and industrial and international partners, including such diverse companies as GSK, EADS and Purac.
The talks covered new molecules, materials and processes in sustainable chemical technologies, along with business and societal aspects of sustainability.
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