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Cefic Addresses Skills Shortage (with video)

4:59 AM MST | November 19, 2010 | Alex Scott in Brussels

Cefic has published a new report entitled ‘Skills for Innovation’ to advise European Union (EU) regulators and higher education establishments on the requirements of the chemical industry. Key findings of the report are that greater multi-disciplinary skills are required if the region is not to face a skills shortfall by 2020. Cefic’s report includes suggested changes to educational curricula.   Some of the most important technical skills that future scientists in the industry will need are in catalysis, nanotechnology, formulation...

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