Sustainable Solutions for Tomorrow's Chemicals
Our long standing French partner organisation published an article in the quarterly print CNRS International Magazine. Armin Liebens, Jean-Marc Glacens and Jean-Francois Tassin explained our partnership and the development of sustainable solutions for tomorrow's chemicals at E2P2L.
In the article, Arby Gharibian highlights "A Shanghai-based international laboratory brings together Sino-French academic partners with industrial actor Solvay to develop green chemistry solutions." E2P2L was created in 2011 as an International Joint Unit located in Shanghai and serves as an example for international collaboration, innovation and diversity.
The article provides some insight into our unique, dynamic and still young laboratory celebrating it's 4th year of existence.
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