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Catalysts and chemistry: Building a sustainable future

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain

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With limited access to natural resources, scientists must develop new ways to reduce and reuse what we already have. Join Bert Weckhuysen as he explores how chemistry is being used to create waste-powered transport and why it is so difficult to convert carbon dioxide into fuels and chemicals. This event is supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The Netherlands and the United Kingdom share a long history of scientific exchange and collaboration. The Netherlands treasures and stimulates these excellent relations, especially in an era where complex societal challenges are not contained by borders, not even the stretch of water between us as North Sea Neighbours. These scientific solutions require international collaboration and ongoing exchange of scientific ideas.

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