At P&G we recently announced our ambition to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions across our supply chain and operations by 2040, from raw material to retailer.
Seeled Air is looking for solutions and technologies in rigid and flexible packaging. Solutions should be scalable and applicable in a commercial setting.
P&G Latin America has a common objective of driving an innovation mindset to solve the most important business challenges related to sustainability. This has been declared a priority for the company and its business units in LATAM which have already defined clear strategies and metrics and are looking for innovative solutions to support their vision and goals.
IMA SpA makes machines for packaging coffee, tea, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals. The company sales are about USD 700M. They have operations around the world. Customers include Unilever, Novartis, Bigelow. They seek robotics startups for repetitive tasks.
P&G is seeking startups for sustainability and improved chemistry opportunities for Zero Waste Haircare and Device Amplified Chemistry.
Siemens is looking for solutions for the Tech for Sustainability Campaign 2024.
The Startup Exchange team is looking for 10 Startups to present and exhibit at the conference.
The chemical industry is increasingly leveraging artificial Intelligence in their quest for new synthetic routes and chemical structures used in a wide variety of applications including: building materials, packaging, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and consumer products. While past efforts focused on optimizing time and cost of producing materials, growing environmental concerns, and new legislation lead manufacturers to address the environmental impact and sustainability of their products. In this webinar we present research on, and application of, computer-assisted technologies to assist researchers and corporate R&D scientists and engineers in identifying and leveraging environmentally friendly chemistry and materials.
2019 MIT Startup Exchange Workshop: Sustainable Materials Innovation
December 3, 2019
MIT Startup Exchange presents its December Startup Workshop, centered around sustainable materials innovation. MIT Startup Exchange works to help create partnerships between over 1,800 MIT-connected startups and industry, represented by MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) members. Today, there is a large and growing societal interest for greater sustainability in the material systems that provide for a modern life style. The call is across all industry sectors, and includes the entire value chain including raw materials, material processing, material uses, and end-of-cycle treatment/reuse. This represents a challenge and an opportunity for companies, and many MIT startups are developing and providing innovative technology and business model solutions. This workshop will present perspectives from industry leaders, academics, and corporate investors, while showcasing several MIT-connected startups in this field.