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On 1 December, Hanze University Groningen, NHL Stenden, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and the University of Groningen have started the new SPRONG consortium on the Sustainability of the chemical industry.
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“Together, we contribute to the development of talent for our region and the progress of the biobased transition”, says André Heeres, lecturer Biobased Chemistry & Refinery at the Hanze University.

SPRONG is a subsidy scheme intended to strengthen research groups. The programme runs for 8 years. An amount of € 2 million is available.

Sustainability of the chemical industry is one of the two North Netherlands SPRONG applications that have been honoured by Regieorgaan SIA. The other is Circular Plastics, in which NHL Stenden, Hanze UAS Groningen, University of Groningen (RUG) and the National Test Centre Circular Plastics (NTP) are involved.

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