cefic_innovation_en.ppt - EU Commission Ad hoc Group � Innovation Human Resources � Role of Chemistry and Chemicals in innovation October 1st 2007

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EU Commission Ad hoc Group « Innovation & Human Resources » Role of Chemistry and Chemicals in innovation October 1st 2007 Gernot Klotz Executive Director for Research&Innovation [email protected] 02/676.73.28
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2 Content Why is innovation crucial Demands for chemical solutions (examples) Drivers and critical factors Basic needs
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3 Humanity’s top ten problems for next 50 years Energy Water Food Environment Poverty Terrorism & War Disease Education Democracy Population 2003 6.5 billion 2050 8-10 billion Source: Prof. R.E. Smalley, “Our Energy Challenge”, Columbia University, NYC, 23 September 2003 The World Population CSusin 08/27/19
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4 Societal drivers Energy Information and Communication Technologies Health care Quality of life Transportation Citizen’s protection CSusin 08/27/19
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Source: Cefic *Sales based on local production (excluding pharmaceuticals) CSusin 27/08/19 Important sub sectors in the chemical industry Total EU chemicals production* in 2005: € 455 bn
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6 CSusin 27/08/19 Strong productivity gains
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7 EU Chemical Industry Energy Intensity * CSusin 27/08/19
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8 Added value per employee (thousand €) CSusin 27/08/19 Chemicals and pharmaceuticals, the industries with highest value added per employee
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9 Content Why is innovation crucial Demands for chemical solutions (examples) Drivers and critical factors Basic needs
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10 Customer sectors of the chemical* industry % of chemical domestic consumption Sources: Cefic & Eurostat Notes: Percentage shares are calculated by taking into account the re-allocation of domestic consumption to downstream customers of chemicals self consumption & consumption by rubber and plastic processing industries *Including pharmaceuticals ** End users: Final Consumption = Final consumption in households + government consumption + non profit organisations Innovation engine for downstream industries CSusin 27/08/19
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11 Source: Fraunhofer-Institute (ISI), calculation based on EPPATENT and WOPATENT EU 25: 38% Patent applications in chemistry* * Chemicals excluding pharmaceuticals, 2005 CSusin 27/08/19 EU is leader in chemical innovation
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12 New Demands for Chemical Solutions through products and technologies new systems for down stream users innovative consumer products active ingredients new materials for societal requests (e.g. nanomaterials, renewabel resources, biobased materials) mitigation and adaptation to climate change improved technologies for production CSusin 27/08/19
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13 CSusin 27/08/19 Chemical Industry and it`s products Chemical industry Consumer Consumer Consumer Other sectors
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14 Industrial Biotechnology: Areas of Application and Chemicals Involved In the field of industrial biotechnology, products or
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