Chemistry Innovation to give seminar
Chemistry Innovation is a TSB funded Knowledge Transfer Network working across four priority areas (product design, sustainable chemistry, bio-based products and innovation manufacturing) to bring together industry, academia and government. Carol Boyer-Spooner, CEO, will visit Science and Technology to give a seminar on innovation priorities for the chemical using industries on Wednesday 23 October.
Carol's current role is leading a team of people to connect Industry, Academia and Government in the UK. The development and delivery of the National Strategy for the chemistry-using industries is vital to the success of Chemistry innovation. Carol is also on the Advisory Boards for Chemistry World, a publication of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Manchester University School of Chemistry, and Knowledge Centre for Material Chemistry, Intelligent Formulation Board, The Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum and chair of the METRC Industry Advisory Board.
Staff and students are welcome to join at 12pm in FASS MR1, a networking lunch is available following the seminar.
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