Hydrogen CO2 Why the Chemical Industry Can Become the Key to Clean Hydrogen Production – Find out at the ONLINE Clean Hydrogen Conference, 18 May
Eindhoven/Sittard Geleen – Sustainable energy generation by means of wind or from solar radiation continues to increase its share in energy mix, but a promising option is the synthesis of hydrogen via the chemical industry – for instance, one of the paths is carbon circularity.
Press release: How can the future of fashion become more sustainable – Online Materials 4 Sustainable Fashion Conference on April 20
The apparel industry has undergone dramatic changes in recent decades, but still remains one of the most polluting industries. The Online Materials 4 Sustainable Conference looks at apparel in a circular way. From the materials point of view new solutions and innovations are discussed – among the topics we mention: microplastics, microfibers, dyes, new materials, coatings, as well as recycling and design for circularity.
Press release: The future of mobility will be defined by electrification, digitalization, autonomous driving and new innovative concepts – Online Materials 4 Sustainable Mobility Conference on March 23
On March 23, the Online Materials 4 Sustainable Mobility Conference will focus the future of mobility and its impact on sustainable material developments. There will be live presentations of speakers from relevant companies supporting the introduction of new mobility concepts, like SABIC, Brightlands Materials Center, Fibrant, Polyscope Polymers, ARN, DSM, Arlanxeo, FAST Automotive Group, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe and VIRO Engineering.
On November 9-10 the LIVE ONLINE Sustainable Materials series will take place. The series, organised by Jakajima in close collaboration with strategic partner Brightlands Chemelot Campus, will cover specific themes concerning the value chain recycling of plastics for a sustainable plastics recycling ecosystem.
The Sustainable Materials Series is meant to become a series of conferences / events / workshops / hackathons on plastics.
Plastics play an important role in our economy and daily lives but
the way it is currently produced, used and discarded harms the
environment. This fast growing volume of plastics has a strong impact on
ecosystems, biodiversity and even human health if not handled
More and more we realise that the valuable material produced could be
brought back into the economy. The need to tackle the potential
economic and environmental benefits of a more resource-efficient and
circular approach is adamant.
The Sustainable Materials Series, being organised by Jakajima in close collaboration with strategic partner Brightlands Chemelot Campus, will cover specific themes concerning the circular approach.
will start with the following promising and ambitious topics:
About Jakajima Jakajima, Matchmaker for Innovators in the high tech industry, organises many events, ranging from 3D Printing to Internet of Things, from Unmanned Cargo Aircraft to Health Tech, from 4D Printing to Photonics and from Vertical Farming to 3D Food Printing. As technology develops itself from atoms to bits and from bits to atoms, traditional boundaries between value chains disappear which lead to new business opportunities. The combination of business, technology, creativity, enthusiasm and humour is our leitmotif.
About Brightlands Chemelot Campus Brightlands Chemelot Campus is a world-leading innovation location in smart materials and sustainable manufacturing and home to a vibrant and fast-growing open community of groundbreaking companies and knowledge institutes. It offers state of the art R&D and manufacturing infrastructures, on-campus education and science-oriented business support, venture capital, and business development services. With its location, ecosystem and easily available expertise and knowledge, Brightlands Chemelot Campus is a unique location for innovative start-ups and corporations, forward-thinking knowledge institutes, daring entrepreneurs, brilliant researchers, talented students and visionary investors.