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Record number 387862
Title Chemicals & energy; building a sustainable bio-based economy for the Netherlands: 2020 & beyond
Author(s) Wielen, L.A.M. van der; Arends, I.; Heijnen, S.; Sanders, J.P.M.; Scott, E.L.
Source In: Partners in de polder; A vision for the life sciences in the Netherlands and the role of public-private partnership / Laane, Colja, Besteman, Koen, S.n. - ISBN 9789080735774 - p. 136 - 157.
Department(s) Biobased Chemistry and Technology
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 2009
Keyword(s) onderzoek - samenwerking - innovaties - levenswetenschappen - publiek-private samenwerking - toekomst - Nederland - research - cooperation - innovations - life sciences - public-private cooperation - future - Netherlands
Categories Interdisciplinary Cooperation
Abstract Partners in the Polder is a book in two parts. Part I is called Unity, and presents the field’s joint vision of the future of the life sciences in the Netherlands, and the past, present and future role of public-private partnerships. Part II, Diversity, looks at (the future of) the life sciences and PPPs from the perspectives of the sectors involved (food, health, chemicals & energy and agriculture) and the disciplines linking them (technology, education, valorization and social aspects).The two parts can be read separately, but together illustrate a field united in diversity. Each chapter in Part II can be read on its own.
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