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Episode 1: Plastics' Frontiers: Cutting Edge Innovations

Updated: Feb 13, 2021

Presented by the Industrial Chemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI).

This webinar is part of a 10-episode virtual webinar series, a collaboration between the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), Society of Chemical Industries (SCI) and the Society of Plastics Engineers: Australia-New Zealand Section (SPE: A-NZ Section).


The scientific community in conjunction with the Plastics Industry powered by RACI, SPE-ANZ and SCI has never been more enthusiastic and united to correct the public’s perception of plastics.

Is it a problem, benefit or a game-changer?

This collaboration and webinar series will highlight innovations, challenges, sustainable uses, recycling and the future of plastics nationally and globally. The collaboration between the various association groups have secured a number of national and international speakers to bring you the webinar series.


The collaboration partners acknowledge the sponsorship by BASF Australia.


 

Date/Time: Tuesday 16th February 2021, 7:30 pm - 9:00 PM AEST.


For registrations and additional information go to the Events page on the RACI website: www.raci.org.au

SPE members can attend these webinars using a free code. For more information on the code please contact publicity@plastics.org.au

 

Program:

7.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Welcome and acknowledgements

Dr. Steve Petinakis, Chair


Innovative medicine – multi-compartment nano-carriers!

Dr. Georgina Such, University of Melbourne, Melbourne


Happy Planet Toys from 100% recycled HDPE Miranda Davidson, Founder, Happy Planet Toys, Melbourne

What might be some value-added applications in the future Mark Jacobsen, Managing Director, Replas, Carrum Downs


Speakers panel with Q&A

Dr. Steve Petinakis, Chair


Thank you, advise next webinar and close

Dr. Steve Petinakis, Chair

 

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