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Klaus Engel, Chairman of the Evonik Executive Board, and Executive Board member Patrik Wohlhauser announced the winners of this year’s Innovation Award in Essen on the evening of December 17 for the thirteenth time.
With the Creavis 3.0 program, Evonik’s strategic innovation unit has once again broken new ground, with the goal of increasing its strength in view of increasingly shorter innovation cycles. Download
Most people would like to be dynamic and young-looking⎯even as they grow older. Because the life expectancy of people in industrial nations is rising, antiaging products are in great demand.
Nine teams of employees nominated for the Innovation Award 2012—three in each of the categories New Products/System Solutions, New or Improved Processes, and Creative Communication, for which an additional award is being conferred this year.
How light can lightweight construction get? In a project supported by the BMBF (the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research), the Performance Polymers Business Unit and partners have developed a novel adhesion promoter system for the coil-coating process.
As a specialty chemicals company, Evonik lives by its innovations. With open innovation, open ideation, and crowdsourcing approaches, the company seeks to further advance its innovation processes.
Over the past three years, Evonik’s developers in the Project House Systems Integration of Creavis Technologies & Innovation have paved the way for new applications for innovative materials.
VESTAMID® for covering the reverse side of photovoltaic modules and the new mixed oxide process for manufacturing the TS-1 catalyst, which is used in the HPPO process: These are the winners of the in-house Evonik Innovation Award 2011. Download
X-ray photoelectron spectrometry enables analysis of the uppermost atomic layers of a wide variety of materials—qualitatively, semi-quantitatively, and quantitatively. Download