From 12-14 September, our partner the University of Amsterdam hosted, together with the Izmir Institute of Technology, the symposium “Catalysis: A Key to Sustainability”.
The event mixed plenary lectures, research presentations, and open discussion sessions. The initiative was the perfect occasion for both young and experienced scientists to exchange ideas and learn new methods in the fields of catalysis and sustainable chemistry.
Among the presentations, Noë Watson, researcher at the University of Amsterdam presented her research “Polyol electro-oxidation suitable for paired electrolysis in industry” carried out in the frame of CO2SMOS project.
Find more about the conference here.