Let’s drive sustainable chemistry together
We address challenges specific to the European chemical industrial biotechnology industry for the benefit of society as a whole.Learn more
SusChem Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda
For boosting the potential of sustainable chemistry technologies to tackle societal challenges.Find it here
SusChem is the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry
SusChem’s policy vision helps Europe achieve a sustainable low-carbon economy and avert significant climate change.
Discover how technological solutions from sustainable chemistry can address Europe’s societal challenges.
SusChem assembles research, development and innovation actors in sustainable chemistry across Europe. Get involved!
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Data in Materials and Manufacturing
HARMONI fosters European innovation
Start using the Funding & Tender Portal for Horizon2020
Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) announces the annual work plan and budget for 2019
At the heart of European Chemistry
SusChem has established a network of National Technology Platforms in 17 countries across Europe that work on sustainable chemistry initiatives within their own country, support national engagement in EU collaborative projects and programmes and contribute to transnational collaborations.
Our success relies on all forms of cooperation, at regional, national and European level. All stakeholders welcome!Read more
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Feb. 18-Feb. 18, (Bluepoint Conference Centre, Brussels)Bluepoint Conference Centre, Brussels
Roadmap for the Chemical Industry in Europe towards a Bioeconomy
Mar. 01-Mar. 01, (Frankfurt - Germany)Frankfurt - Germany
Digitalisation in Chemical Engineering
Creating Solutions Together: The new SusChem website
Today, (15 June 2017), SusChem has publicly launched its new website featuring fresh content and the platform’s distinctive new branding. The SusChem website’s bright and distinctive new visual style emphasises the platform’s values and aspirations, and is designed to help widen its appeal and accessibility...Read more