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FUR4Sustain

Objectives & benefits

Scientific Programme

Industry in FUR4Sustain

Participants

45

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FUR4Sustan COST Action is working on the whole value chain of furans, in particular on 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid chemical. I mean we are working on the starting feeding stocks, the furan chemicals we can obtain from it; on polymers, composites and hybrid materials thereof; and on bioeconomy and recycling. Above all we are working within a sustainable rational of development.

For this, we count on with a great network of academics and industrials from all over Europe (30 countries, 50 institutions and over +7 industries)!

 

Dr Andreia F. Sousa, Action Chair

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Sustainable development
Building competitive Bio-Based Industries by developing an Eco-Label for bio-based products, improving the availability of raw materials, creating a level playing field, and providing special actions for growing SMEs or Start-Ups
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30

Participating countries

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80

Key background
scientists

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47.5 %

Gender balance

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17%

of young
researchers

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7
Industrial participants

FUR4Sustain structure

Action Chair

Action Vice Chair

News & Tweets

Congratulations to our partner @anna91048_anna noticed in http://ENERGYINFO.BG:

http://www.tllmedia.bg/e-energyinfo/14/index.html

Thank you for putting FUR4Sustain at the TOP!

Check on our latest collaborative paper involving excellent FUR4Sustain researchers form 4 different countries:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0014305721001476

Congratulations to the authors!

Hello everyone!

The Abstract Submission for the 5th EuChemS Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (5th EuGSC), that will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 26th – 29th September 2021, is now open!

For more information check out: https://5eugsc.org/

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University Of Aveiro andreiafs@ua.pt