|May 21, 2019||
AchemAsia opens in Shanghai
With 330 exhibitors from 16 countries and regions, the 11th AchemAsia in Shanghai opened its doors today.
|May 16, 2019||
Paving the way to a bio-based future for the European chemical industry
EU project RoadToBio publishes roadmap
|Mar 14, 2019||
White Paper on digitization in catalysis research published
In the recently published white paper experts from academia and industry outline how "digital catalysis" can accelerate research processes and lead to new insights.
|Feb 25, 2019||
AchemAsia 2019: Setting new standards
AchemAsia 2019 is setting new standards. Three months before the opening of the event on 21 May 2019 in Shanghai, the booked exhibition space already exceeds the final count of the 2016 event.
|Feb 04, 2019||
Björn Mathes is new Member of the Board of DECHEMA Exhibitions
From 1 February 2019, Dr. Björn Mathes will join the Board of DECHEMA Exhibitions. Before, he was Head of Events and Committee Support of DECHEMA e.V.
|Dec 10, 2018||
New Plastics Economy Investor Forum brings together innovators, investors and leaders from the consumer goods and plastic value chain
The first New Plastics Economy Investor Forum welcomed over 120 international investors, innovators and industry representatives in Frankfurt
|Dec 04, 2018||
Covestro CTO Klaus Schäfer is new chairman of DECHEMA
Dr. Klaus Schäfer, Chief Technology Officer of Covestro, takes over the chair of DECHEMA on 1 January 2019.
|Nov 26, 2018||
AchemAsia 2019 - Call for Papers
The AchemAsia conference focuses on topics that are highly relevant for China’s process industry. Papers can be submitted until 10 January 2019.
|Nov 07, 2018||
Alwin Mittasch Prize for Catalysis Research - Call for nominations
Wanted: International scientists who have made outstanding contributions towards extending the fundamentals of catalysis and its exemplary industrial application
|Oct 17, 2018||
Electrolysis: the key to new value chains
Due to the energy revolution and the increasing share of renewable energies with volatile availability, the coupling of the energy and the chemical sector is gaining new momentum - and electrolysis is gaining in importance.
Dr. Kathrin Rübberdt
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