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Blog: Sustainable Chemistry as a Route to New Partnerships

10:07 AM MDT | May 6, 2010 | Alex Scott in Lyon, France

SusChem, a sustainable technology program being jointly managed and funded by the European chemical industry and the European commission, announced this week that it is broadening its focus from research only to include innovation associated with the use of chemistry. The shift may sound like a subtle one but potentially it will provide industry with an additional and well-funded route out of the laboratory and closer to the delivery of solutions for some of the world’s biggest problems such as the provision of potable water, food and energy...

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