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COOPOL: Driving processing industries towards a more sustainable model of manufacturing

Chemistry Innovation is pleased to be partner in the recently funded FP7 ‘COOPOL’* project.

 

Transition of the processing industries towards a more sustainable model of manufacturing is imperative. Achieving this requires the adoption of novel reactor technologies, greener reactions and an increase in the use of intelligent systems within the processing industries. COOPOL will develop new methods and tools for modelling and control, based on real-time sensing, which will facilitate the development of a new paradigm of intensive, low-impact, sustainable chemical processes.

 

Through its role in the project, Chemistry Innovation will keep its members up to date with developments in this exciting area and so help ensure UK companies are in a position to benefit from the results and outcomes of the project.

 

To register your interest in receiving information regarding this project, please contact Howard Whitby at Howard.Whitby@ciktn.co.uk.

 

*Control and Real-Time Optimisation of Intensive Polymerisation Processes (COOPOL)

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