“The SusChem Young Chemical Researchers Awards recognise, encourage and promote scientific and dissemination activities among young chemical researchers”
The Technology and Innovation Platform for Sustainable Chemistry, SusChem Spain, has opened the call for its 15th SusChem Awards
TECNALIA's deeptech Venture Builder, TECNALIA Ventures, promotes these awards along with Expoquimia, Feique - Spanish Chemical Industry Business Federation, the Spanish National Association of Chemists and Chemical Engineers (ANQUE), the Spanish Conference of Chemistry Deans (CEDQ), and the Forum on Chemistry and Society.
The SusChem Young Chemical Researchers Awards recognise, encourage and promote scientific and dissemination activity among young chemical researchers, as well as promoting, developing and disseminating the discipline of chemistry as a pure science and in terms of its applications in Spain.
Nominations for these awards, which recognise and promote scientific and dissemination activities among young chemistry researchers, can be submitted until 31st May.
Categories: Innovate, Research and Future
The SusChem Awards are divided into three categories: Innovate, Research and Future. These aim to recognise and encourage the scientific and dissemination activities of young chemistry researchers.
In 2023, the prize money will amount to € 5,000 for the Innovate category, € 3,000 for the Research category, and € 2,000 for the Future category. As a new feature this year, the Innova category will value papers on the transition towards the circular economy, decarbonisation, and the development of new safe and sustainable products and materials by design (SSbD).
Created in 2005, SusChem Spain is the Technology and Innovation Platform for Sustainable Chemistry, an entity backed by the Spanish Chemical Industry Business Federation (FEIQUE), the Spanish Federation of Technology Centres (FEDIT), the Spanish Association of Biocompanies (ASEBIO) and TECNALIA.
The platform aims to promote the development of research and innovation in the field of chemistry, contribute to the implementation of the overall objectives of the national innovation strategy, channel the transfer of R&D&I to the market for the generation of employment and innovative companies, and to promote the incorporation of research talent into the productive fabric.