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2022-10-18
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SABIC signed a research agreement with MIT to develop innovative solutions

the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), an international leading research institution, signed a preliminary agreement to jointly develop new and practical innovative solutions and processes. The two sides will conduct research, including the development of non-traditional raw materials and innovative new material solutions, in order to meet global needs and meet application challenges

on April 1, Ernesto ochiello, executive vice president of SABIC science and technology innovation department, worked closely with the Design Institute on the basis of the pilot test. He signed an agreement with Professor Klavs F. Jensen, President of MIT Institute of chemical engineering in Boston

"this agreement marks the beginning of the cooperation between SABIC and MIT. SABIC can make full use of MIT's interdisciplinary scientific research capabilities and obtain outstanding research results." Ochiro said, "SABIC is not only committed to developing non-traditional raw materials and innovative material solutions, but also will pay attention to innovative research in other parts of energy conservation."

the future cooperation between the two sides will also give SABIC researchers the opportunity to work with MIT's world-class scientific high-density polyethylene outer protective pipe, polyurethane foam prefabricated directly buried insulation pipe cj/t114 ⑵ 000, and cooperate in their respective cooperative research fields

the research cooperation with MIT is only one of SABIC's global partnerships. Through cooperation, SABIC can bring world-class professional technology to enterprises and customers. SABIC's other research partners include the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom and Dalian Chemical in China. It has taken 18 carbon fiber composite fan blades developed by Safran and the Institute of physics of ceramic matrix composite turbine components developed by General Electric in the United States, the Federal Institute of technology in Zurich, Switzerland, the Italian National Research Council and the Fraunhofer Association for the promotion of Applied Research in Germany

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