Main theme of collaboration: (chemical) recycling
Current activities and collaborations:
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|NWO/NSFC||Advanced Materials||2015-2020||6 projects (ca. 3M€)|
|NWO/NSFC||Supramolecular catalysis||2017-2022||4 projects (ca. 2.4M€)|
|NWO/GDST||Advanced Materials||2016-2022||7 projects (ca. 3.6M€)|
|ARC-CBBC (onder Min. EZK-MOST)||Sustainable coatings||
Planned activities ChemistryNL for 2023:
China has grown exponentially in recent decades and is currently the second largest economy in the world. The country is playing an increasingly important role on the world stage. Several factors can influence operating in and cooperating with China: from China’s increasing focus on innovation as a driver of sustainable growth to China’s international ambitions. The country has caught up in terms of innovation and has the most researchers and scientific publications worldwide. Developing China offers opportunities for the business community and research organizations in the Netherlands. At the same time, it is important to be able to make conscious choices about activities in China.
ChemistryNL and the Innovation Attaché Network in China are exploring which activities we should develop with regard to cooperation with China. We believe it is essential to enter into dialogue with leading Dutch parties active in China by means of a round table discussion. The aim is to map out both the opportunities and challenges of possible cooperation with China and to discuss this. During the round table discussion on February 24th, 2023, the Dutch perspective on cooperation with China will be discussed from different angles by the participants: companies, research organizations and the government.