ISGC symposium

May 16-17-18-19-20th, 2022 – La Rochelle – FRANCE

The world event in sustainable chemistry research and innovation will be held in La Rochelle, 16-20 May 2022.
New for the 5th edition: a green chemistry startup will be organized ! Information soon available.

 

 

Who’s organizing ISGC?

CNRS

The National Center for Scientific Research, or CNRS, is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Education and Research.
CNRS aims to:

  • Evaluate and carry out all research capable of advancing knowledge and bringing social, cultural, and economic benefits for society.

  • Contribute to the promotion and application of research results.

  • Develop scientific information.

  • Support research training.

  • Participate in the analysis of the national and international scientific climate and its potential for evolution in order to develop a national policy.

The CNRS is co- organizing the ISGC symposium via the research federation FR CNRS 3707 (INCREASE)

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The International Consortium on Eco-conception and renewable resources (INCREASE) is a research center hosted by the CNRS (FR CNRS 3707). INCREASE is a network between public laboratories, R&D centers and industrial companies involved in the field of green chemistry.

 

More information

 

BlackCycle consortium with Michelin propose an abstract at the ISGC 2022

SUSTAINABLE RAW MATERIALS : CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES. AN EXAMPLE OF A NEW WAY TO INNOVATE THROUGH THE CREATION OF A CONSORTIUM by Jean-Michel Douarre and Margarita Dorato

 

Summary : Michelin thinks that the mobility will be sustainable. In terms of materials, that means to replace all the fossil Raw materials by sustainable Raw material by 2050. That is not an easy task because of the volume to replace and the diversity of the raw materials. The different challenges that will are facing lead us to modify the way we work. Open innovation already used  by Michelin must go further towards European consortium leadership in order to go faster and in a more robust way. The example of the European Blackcycle project will illustrate that change.