"Global Women's Breakfast, la chimiche di tutto il mondo oggi si uniscono", Valentina Saini
«Gli Stati Generali», 12th February 2019
Prof. Michela Signoretto and Dr. Federica Menegazzo will edit on the MDPI journal Processes a special issue which collects original research papers or reviews focused on investigations on metal nanoparticles as catalysts for green applications. All applications which deals with designing chemical products and processes that generate and use less (or preferably no) hazardous substances, by applying the principles of green chemistry, are welcome for this special issue.
Deadline: September, 30
Ve Nice, a new spin-off of Ca’ Foscari University, was born on July 10th. The core business of Ve Nice (Natural, Innovative and Efficient Cosmetics from Venetian University) is the development of innovative and technologically advanced processes and formulations for the production of chemicals to be used in cosmetics and dermo-cosmetics. The five founding members of Ve Nice are part of the CATMAT group, they have a multidisciplinary nature (two chemists, one material science researcher, one pharmacist, one management engineer) and they are all PhD women.
Ve Nice, the new spin off of Ca' Foscari, was awarded by MF Class Editors during the MF Veneto Awards [ITA] as the best innovative start up in Veneto.
CATMAT is available for researches in partnership with companies in order to collaborate on projects of common interest. In this way, companies can have access to the knowledge and skills of the CATMAT researchers, laboratories and research facilities.
The partnership can be developed through:
CATMAT has been already involved in many collaborations with industrial partners, such as Evonik, Casale, MTS, TEXA, Unired, H.D.R., Italcementi.
All CATMAT thesis projects involve the design of innovative materials, their characterisation and their use for desired applications. Some topics: