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BlueChem builds green chemistry start-up incubator in Antwerp

by Alex Scott
April 20, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 16

 

BlueChem, a Belgian green chemistry start-up incubator, is building a center with offices and labs for 15 start-ups in Antwerp, Belgium. The facility is set to open in the spring of 2020. The project has attracted funding from several sources, including almost $4 million from the European Union and $1 million from the Flanders regional government in Belgium. “We want to put Antwerp on the map as an innovator in sustainable chemistry,” BlueChem chair Frank Beckx says.

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