Britest Sustainability Toolkit poster available

A​ poster recently presented by Britest exemplifies some new and improved approaches towards holistic qualitative and semiquantitative models for whole process understanding aligned with the needs of those in the chemical, biochemical and related process industries seeking to accelerate the transformation required to successfully respond to the threat of climate change.

The poster, which was first presented at the UKRI Interdisciplinary Centre for Circular Chemical Economy Summer School held at Newcastle University from 6th to 8th September 2022, deals with aspects of mapping circular value flows, scale-up and commercialisation of biotechnologies, and advanced recycling technologies.

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What to read more? Y​ou can find a comprehensive list of Britest's past publications and presentations here including a white paper from earlier this year on aspects of Britest for sustainability..