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The Bio Innovation Growth mega cluster (BIG-Cluster) has announced it is updating its common innovation agenda to better tackle the challenges faced by the bioeconomy in Northwestern Europe.

The recently launched initiative 'Bescherming voor Helden - Protection for Heroes' seeks to produce up to 1.5 million FFP2 masks each month, here in Belgium. These masks will be vital in the ongoing fight against COVID-19. Catalisti is supporting the initiative by facilitating interaction with companies and knowledge centres.

In een interview met FOKUS Chemie geeft Jan Van Havenbergh, managing director van Catalisti, zijn kijk op de innovatie-aanpak van Catalisti, het Moonshot-initiatief, én de reputatie van de chemie- en kunststoffensector.

The American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (AmCham EU) has listed Catalisti's Plant on a Truck project as one of 15 innovative industry solutions that drive a sustainable future.

The European Federation for Chemical Engineering (EFCE) has awarded Agfa-Gevaert with its 2019 EFCE Process Intensification Award for Industrial Innovation for eliminating the use of liquid bromine and replacing it with flow technology.

Newsflash! The Catalisti Newsletter for February 2020 is out.

The Flemish government has approved a first series of projects within the Moonshot initiative. In total, 9 cSBO and 3 LSI projects received support worth more than 18 million euro.

Op 6 december presenteerden Pack4Food en de Vlaamse speerpuntclusters Catalisti, Flanders’ FOOD, VIL en SIM de Roadmap ‘Voedselverpakking van de Toekomst’. Deze roadmap zet een gemeenschappelijke visie en strategie om de komende jaren projecten op te starten rond duurzame verpakkingen.

At its 2019 Stakeholders Event SusChem presented the new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SIRA).

The INCITE project has officially been launched. This 4-year project, coordinated by Oleon and primarily funded through the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, seeks to bring about a transition to a more flexible and sustainable chemistry. It does so by building on technology developed in the context of Catalisti’s Lipametics project.