Tuesday 25 September 2018, 10.00AM15:00
Speaker(s): Becky Wood, Open Innovation Coordinator, Croda; Ian Hobday, European Synthesis Research Manager, Croda
This workshop aims to further understand capabilities and areas for collaboration with Croda, with:
Croda wish to look at pathways to new products from bio-derived feedstocks. This would feature a number of approaches, including modelling, to predict physical properties, structure / function relationship and modelling in application. Any novel product would have to be both sustainable (green chemistry principals) and show potential economic viability.
The workshop is open to anyone who feels they could contribute.
Please complete the short Google form to confirm your attendance.
There are a number of potential funding opportunities, including through RenewChem, a non-competitive industry facing club focusing on research within a circular economy framework.
Location: C/F/106, Department of Chemistry, University of York
Admission: Open to all at the University of York
Telephone: + 44 (0)1904 324527