Supported by Innovate UK / KTN, Centre for Process Innovation, IBioIC, BioVale, BDC – Biorenewables Development Centre, BioYorkshire, Cosmetics Cluster and University of York
CHEMUK Innovation Poster Zone – APPLY FOR 2023
The poster zone provides a hugely valuable showcase of some of the most exciting breakthrough innovation and new product and process concepts from across the chemical and industrial biotechnology landscapes.
Invited themes include (but not limited to):
New Enabling Chemistry Technologies
Materials Chemistry and Innovation
Organic and Inorganic chemistry innovation
Green Chemistry / NetZero-enabling innovations
Green / Sustainable Chemistry / Industrial Biotechnology
Analytical Chemistry / Pilot Programmes innovation
If you would like to present a, A0 or A1 poster over two days in front of thousands of chemical industry professionals, investors and innovation support groups, please apply by clicking the link below. We only have 20 poster slots and the cost to successful applicants is £250 EXC VAT.
Introduce your innovation to the UK chemical industry!Meet face to face with senior representatives from chemical manufacturers, innovation groups, investment firms
Receive continuous promotion through the CHEMUK 2023 marketing campaigns.
Receive full exhibitor listings and profiling on CHEMUK 2023 website (c75,000 visits during pre-show months)
CHEMUK 2022 Posters included:
Starbon® materials are 100% biobased and biodegradable mesoporous materials having structural flexibility that enables a one step selective separation and capture of a wide range of molecules.
Ingenza is a biotechnology company specialising in the design, development and manufacture of diverse, high-value industrial products and therapeutic-proteins. We exploit synergies between synthetic and evolutionary biology, providing next generation microbial and mammalian manufacturing platforms.
Surfachem’s poster promotes our ‘One-Bar’ product concept. It is an all-in-one wash bar for hair and skin. As a bar it is more concentrated that liquid products, so last longer. It also boasts 98% less packaging.
Bio‑Sep has developed a unique, low energy biorefinery process to convert the by-products of forestry and agriculture into high-value biochemicals.
MORF is a web-based platform that gives researchers access to the insights of ‘Big Data’, through an easy-to-use interface. Built by biologists for biologists, it allows the whole team to access the data securely from their browser, without the need for programming skills..