Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies

Partners and stakeholders

Partners & stakeholders

Industrial Partners

A wide range of multinational chemistry-using industries are closely involved in the Centre, demonstrating the importance of sustainable chemical technologies to industry. Our industrial partners greatly value the enhanced postgraduate training offered by our doctoral programme. Industrial participation in the Centre includes partnership in PhD research projects, strategic advice, hosting of internships, participation in training and involvement in our industrial forum.

Airbus Group  BioSyntha Technology  bruker-140  CatScI  Cellesce-Logo  Corbion Purac  cpi  greenbiologics-140  glaxosmithkline-140 isis-stfc-logo johnsonmatthey-140  Kerry Ingredients  LanzaTech  MAST Carbon  nnfcc  novartis-216  phosphonics-140  sasol-140  Sharp Laboratories of Europe  Specific  tetra-pak Unilever  Wessex Water

International Partner Institutions

Our international academic partners all have research and educational programmes with a strong emphasis on chemical sustainability. Close links that already exist are being further developed through joint research projects, mutual student exchanges and academic staff collaborations. Opportunities exist for our students to participate in internships, joint PhD projects and meetings at these leading international laboratories.

Monash University, Australia  NTU-140  RWTH Aachen University, Germany  Ohio State University, USA

University of São Paulo, Brazil  Stellenbosch University, South Africa  Yonsei University, Republic of Korea

Other stakeholders

In addition to funding from EPSRC, our Centre for Doctoral Training also has strong and influential support from several major stakeholders: