BASF in the UK wants to hear from 100 start-ups and early-stage companies developing innovative and sustainable solutions. Interested companies are invited to apply by 13 August 2023.
The BASF Innovation Collaboration Day will take place on 30 and 31 October 2023 in London. Through the Innovation Collaboration Day BASF aim to foster partnerships with innovators and the local start-up community working for a sustainable future.
BASF seeking 100 start-up enterprises and early-stage companies with innovative technologies that would be interested in discussing their technology with BASF and exploring opportunities for collaboration.
BASF in the UK has a strong track record in supporting R&D, from working with partners on new packaging solutions and carbon utilization to supporting research in novel manufacturing approaches with academic institutions. We hope that the Innovation Collaboration Day will provide an opportunity to further explore innovative solutions in sustainability.
Interested companies or individuals can apply by 13 August 2023 through an online form. Click here to apply.
Applications for the Innovation Collaboration Day will be divided into five themes
1. Carbon Capture and Utilisation: start-ups with cutting-edge carbon capture and use technologies that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, transform CO2 into valuable products, and contribute to a cleaner, and more sustainable future.
2. Green Energy Solutions: start-ups focused on innovative renewable energy solutions, including advancements in solar, wind, and other clean energy sources. These solutions should promote energy efficiency, reduce environmental impact, and accelerate the transition to a net zero energy future.
3. Agro Innovation: start-ups that revolutionise agriculture through precision farming, alternative proteins, biodiversity preservation, and other disruptive solutions. Innovations like these should increase crop yields, promote sustainable food production, and protect the planet’s natural resources.
4. Circular Economy: start-ups that develop innovative solutions like renewable carbon, and plastics and battery recycling, supporting waste reduction, resource recovery, and a circular economy approach. Innovations can include renewable feedstocks and raw materials. These solutions should minimise environmental impact and promote a more sustainable and eco-friendly future.
5. Wildcard: start-ups and early-stage companies operating in the fields of robotics, nuclear energy, genomics, green biotechnology, CRISPR technology and plant-based chemistry.
Get in touch
We look forward to hearing from our amazing community of UK innovators. For more information or for any questions or support about getting involved, please contact [email protected].