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Online Webinar - The Nouryon Collaborative Innovation Program

Event details
Monday, 17 December 2018
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
This event will be live streamed via webcast
Learn about opportunities to work with Nouryon under their Imagine Chemistry collaborative innovation program in this KTN-hosted webinar.


KTN is very pleased to host a free webinar where you can find out more about the opportunities to work with Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) under their Imagine Chemistry collaborative innovation program.

At Nouryon, they are looking for ways to create a more sustainable future through chemistry. They believe that collaboration will help them be the best company they can be and lead the way to a more sustainable chemical industry. Through this program, Nouryon invites your team to work with them as equal partners to tackle some of the most urgent chemistry-related challenges and turn your innovative ideas into reality.

In 2017 Nouryon started this program. Since then over 2000 startups and universities joined the Nouryon innovation community and more than 350 participants submitted their solutions. So far Nouryon has collaborated with over 40 organisations.

Join us for this free webinar where Nouryon will provide an overview of the Imagine Chemistry program, discuss how it works and the challenge areas for 2019 which include:

  • Performance-boosting nano particles
  • Sensing in demanding environments
  • From plastic waste to valuable feedstock
  • Sustainable bio-based surfactants for everyone
  • Pushing the frontiers of sustainable innovation

You can find out more about the Nouryon Imagine Chemistry program here.



11:00 Introduction to Imagine Chemistry 2019 – Lucy Nattrass, Project Leader Bio Based Materials, Nouryon & Lennaert Klerk, Common Application Team Leader, Nouryon

11:35 Perspectives from a previous participant  – Sean Hardiman & Eoghain O’Hara, Green Lizard Technologies

11:50 Q&A from the audience

12:00 Webinar close

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