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"Collaboration has brought us a lot"; interview with Prof Erik Heeres in CatchBio newsletter

02 September 2016

During the last decade, Professor Erik Heeres, Green Chemical Reaction Engineering research group of ENTEG, witnessed biomass conversion change from a scientific rarity into a proper field. The CatchBio programme enabled this development. Heeres enjoyed this a lot, as collaboration is what he thrives on. “CatchBio has speeded up knowledge development in this field considerably."

Read the complete interview with Erik Heeres

Last modified:02 September 2016 3.19 p.m.

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