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The Educate to Innovate programme is part of SusChem’s strategy to facilitate a continuing, constructive dialogue and create synergies between the chemical industry and higher education (HE).

The programme aims to systematically introduce key skills for innovation into HE curricula.

In addition, SusChem is developing a good practice innovation skills database. This online resource will compile case studies of EU industry-university collaborations on course work, internships and industrial placements. It will help to show the value of context- and problem-based learning and help ensure that courses are relevant and up-to-date. Academia and industry will be invited to share details of successful collaborative innovation skills development projects.

For more information on the SusChem Educate to Innovate programme download the ‘Educate to Innovate’ flyer or to find out more about SusChem Education activities and the online skills database contact the SusChem secretariat.

 

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