Digitalisation, hydrogen, resilient supply chains or faster R&D processes – various topics are currently engaging the attention of the process engineers, chemical engineers or biotechnologists. At ACHEMA Pulse, they take prominent positions in the programme. The digital event offers a hub for all those who want to participate in the global discussion – whether on the interactive platform or in the virtual conference halls.
The ACHEMA Pulse Media Preview gives journalists all over the world the opportunity to learn more about current developments and research activities. In panel discussions and interviews, experts from industry and research as well as organisations like NAMUR will give their perspective and answer the questions of media representatives. There is also plenty of opportunity for 1:1 interviews.
The ACHEMA Pulse conference programme on 15 and 16 June 2021 will cover all the topics that are currently on the top of the agenda for chemistry, pharma, process engineering and biotechnology. The most prominent features include the Highlight Sessions with thought leaders and practitioners, as well as lectures and discussions that take a close look at the current hot topics such as artificial intelligence, hydrogen as a "gamechanger", vaccine development or new bioproduction systems, but also overarching topics such as diversity and gender equality.
Journalists and media representatives are invited to join the discussions and ask their questions at the ACHEMA Pulse Media Preview.
Information on participating / attending:
Participation in the ACHEMA Pulse Media Preview is open for journalists and media representatives.
03/24/2021 08:30 - 03/24/2021 16:00
Chemistry, Energy, Mechanical engineering
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Dr. Kathrin Rübberdt
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event68188
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