Adding value through modelling

Modelling of chemical behaviour, material interactions and process performance to increase the productivity and value of research and innovation.

Modelling techniques are an important underpinning tool for the chemistry-using and nanotechnology based industries. They are used to improve the fundamental understanding of systems, predict behaviour of new formulations and materials, optimise chemical processes and reduce experimentation.

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