Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy
The reduction of anthropic impact on the environment and its protection are two objectives of the new frontier of the chemical industry.
In order to achieve these objectives, it is necessary to develop new skills, processes and raw materials for the design, development and production of new sustainable chemical products.
The goal is to increase the environmental sustainability by reducing the impact and thus ensuring a sustainable growth based on Circular and Bio economy.
This new approach requires the involvement of a new generation of scientists, technicians, managers with training and skills not only in science but also in environmental and economical sustainability.
The MOOCs of the Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy programme are characterized by in-depth studies covering theoretical and experimental aspects that allow students to learn the scientific method with special reference to the development of chemical and biotechnological processes and products.
The programme is part of the Master’s Degree Course Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy and it is realized by the University of Naples Federico II and the Polytechnic University of Turin.
If you are interested in enrolling in the Master’s Degree Learn more.
Anyone wishing to deepen their knowledge useful in the development of processes/products related to the Bio Economy, Bachelor degree in chemistry and physics disciplines
Federica Web Learning – University of Napoli Federico II – Polytechnic of Torino
The MOOCs of Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy
Learn about new approach of the Circular and Bio Economy
The chemical-physical study of structure and functions of proteins, their production and characterization in the industrial field
Study the plants and learn to evaluate the chemical / biochemical-technological processes in the context of the Circular Economy
Waste is an urgent global issue: learn how minimize the production and try to find new solutions to enhance and recover waste
Analytical methodologies in the field of analytical chemistry and the main problems of laboratories and tests on complex samples
Investigate the properties of typical inorganic compounds and learn more about the reaction mechanisms and bonding theories
Morphology, cytology and physiology of microorganisms, their isolation and selection for the production of bioenergy and biochemistry
An overview of biotechnological and microbial bioprocesses: from the basic knowledge to the most used tools
An opportunity to learn more about the organic molecules and the importance of the NMR technique for the study of their structure
Thermodynamics and kinetics behind the design of microbial bioprocesses and methodological tools for quantitative analyses
Find out how to enhance microbial sources in the bioeconomy field and the new methods for a sustainable production of bioproducts
What you will learn
- to use the critical thinking and scientific method
- the protein structure and function
- the physicochemical and functional features of industrial enzymes and metalloenzymes
- microorganism morphology, cytology and physiology
- the isolation and selection of microorganisms exploitable as a source of enzymes involved in bioenergy and biochemicals production
- bio-based platform in chemical processes
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“INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY FOR CIRCULAR AND BIO ECONOMY”
The Master’s Degree Course in “Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy” is realized by the University of Naples Federico II and the Polytechnic University of Turin. It is aimed at bachelor’s graduates in chemistry and physics disciplines and it aims to train students with a well-rounded view of the circular economy.
The degree course is limited to a maximum of 30 students and it will be delivered in a blended mode, through MOOCs for the first year and synchronous interventions for the second.
For further information and direct enrolment visit the website of Master degree.
The Master’s Degree graduates in Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy can find employment:
- in chemical/biotechnological/pharmaceutical industries
- at recycling or waste treatment plants
- in private and public chemical laboratories
- in public administration offices/control bodies.
See the Students Guide for more information.