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A selection of MIC'S work and projects around the world
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The European Union-backed ScaleUp4Sustainability (S4S) program involves several European universities; it develops, implements and scales eco-innovations and new green businesses. Through student-business collaboration, the S4S project delivered new concepts to integrate economic and ecologic thinking in business and education, especially for the project in India. 

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Dutch Design Week

Material Innovation Center saw its soft launch under its initial name 'CEMEC' Circular Economy Materials Excellence Center' during Dutch Design Week  (DDW) 2019.

DDW in Eindhoven is the largest design event in Northern Europe and presents work and concepts from more than 2,600 designers to more than 355,000 visitors from all over the world.

Bucky Lab

At Technical University of Delft's Bucky Lab, within 10 weeks, students learn how to imagine, design and construct innovative building products.

Included were elements like
suiting a concept towards a client's demand, how to pitch ideas, how to prototype and finally, producing in the famous Bucky Lab.

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DBS Bank

DBS Bank Limited is a Singaporean multinational banking and financial services corporation.

MIC developed a framework for comparing F&B-related items like cutlery and plates against circularity metrics, allowing for responsible procurement decision-making for the bank's mensa and cafes.

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