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Green Chemistry Campus: accelerating biobased business

Green Chemistry Campus: accelerating biobased business Green Process Synth 2014; 3: 375­377 Company profile Emke Mol* DOI 10.1515/gps-2014-0060 The Green Chemistry Campus (http://www.greenchem istrycampus.com/), on the premises of SABIC Innovative Plastics in Bergen op Zoom, is a business accelerator for biobased innovations. B2B entrepreneurs ­ both large companies and SMEs, knowledge institutions, and the government work closely together in an open innovation environment to develop new biobased technologies and products with a focus on performance materials, chemi cals and coatings. Through the valorization of residual flows from the agricultural and food sector, the Campus actively contributes to a sustainable and profitable biobased economy with less dependence on fossil fuels, without competing with food supplies. The Campus is an initiative of the Province of North Brabant, the Muni cipality of Bergen op Zoom and NV REWIN WestBrabant. (pre)startup to fullscale production. Large companies and knowledge institutions perform R&D activities at the Campus. Tenants can use SABIC's stateoftheart process technology laboratories (walkin fume hoods, reactors) and centre of excellence for analytical techno logy (chromatography, spectroscopy, and microanalysis). Furthermore, the Campus provides work spaces, facili tates business development programs, stimulates open innovation in the value chain and hosts an inspiring com munity of likeminded entrepreneurs. The Green http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Green Processing and Synthesis de Gruyter

Green Chemistry Campus: accelerating biobased business

Green Processing and Synthesis , Volume 3 (5) – Oct 1, 2014

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Green Process Synth 2014; 3: 375­377 Company profile Emke Mol* DOI 10.1515/gps-2014-0060 The Green Chemistry Campus (http://www.greenchem istrycampus.com/), on the premises of SABIC Innovative Plastics in Bergen op Zoom, is a business accelerator for biobased innovations. B2B entrepreneurs ­ both large companies and SMEs, knowledge institutions, and the government work closely together in an open innovation environment to develop new biobased technologies and products with a focus on performance materials, chemi cals and coatings. Through the valorization of residual flows from the agricultural and food sector, the Campus actively contributes to a sustainable and profitable biobased economy with less dependence on fossil fuels, without competing with food supplies. The Campus is an initiative of the Province of North Brabant, the Muni cipality of Bergen op Zoom and NV REWIN WestBrabant. (pre)startup to fullscale production. Large companies and knowledge institutions perform R&D activities at the Campus. Tenants can use SABIC's stateoftheart process technology laboratories (walkin fume hoods, reactors) and centre of excellence for analytical techno logy (chromatography, spectroscopy, and microanalysis). Furthermore, the Campus provides work spaces, facili tates business development programs, stimulates open innovation in the value chain and hosts an inspiring com munity of likeminded entrepreneurs. The Green

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