The scientific research Fair-Fusion is developing continues thanks to the work of the people of these partners. As an independent organisation we see it our duty in maintaining a healthy relationship by sharing knowledge, insights and facilities. We would like emphasise that the list of partners is not exhaustive and semi-randomly ordered.
We would like to thank EMMTEC services B.V. for their active contribution to our research. On a daily basis they provide a clean and safe environment to work with, in the first place. Secondly, following arrangement we make use of their High Performance Liquid Chromatography machinery and Scanning Electron Microscope. Something that would not be possible without the guidance of the very kind and skilled operators. If you wish to know more about EMMTEC and their services please, check out their website on: www.emmtecservices.nl
Our many thanks go to NHL Stenden for their active contribution to our organisation and technical support in research. We are grateful for the privileged to work together with the lectorate sustainable polymers [Lectoraat duurzame kunstoffen]. Due to the collaboration we make kindly use of their machinery. This not only helps us to test ideas but also to have a little look into the future. We love to welcome their students for internships and short projects. Whether it is in the fields of chemistry, biology, computer science or engineering.
This mutual support between Stenden en Fair-Fusion would not have taken shape without the seemingly boundless efforts of CoE Green PAC. They provide counsel and sometimes much needed diplomacy. It is with understanding that we actively promote and sustain CoE Green PAC.
We are grateful to have Saxion as our partner in the fields of chemistry and nano-technology. Some of our research would simple not have been possible without their efforts and facilities that we were able to benefit from. We would like to remind students that they can apply for an internship. In addition, that we are more than happy to sustain their projects in the fields of Nano-Technology and sustainable chemistry, such as urban mining.
The university of Pisa is one of our esteemed partners in education and research. Their technical aid has proven important on several occasions. We welcome students from the university from the fields of bio-chemistry, bio-technology, chemistry and nano-technology.
The collaboration with Drenthe College came about with the informal sharing ideas and facilities. It is due to the kind and skilled members of Drenthe College that we make use of their machinery such as Centrifuge, NMR and Ultrasound. In addition we collaborate on the development of mechanical devices for our research. Together we like to provide students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills for interdisciplinary laboratory projects. We very much like to welcome students from engineering, electronics engineering, process tech, AOT & laboratory technique for internships and project. As of 02-07-2019 Fair-Fusion is officially recognised as training company by the s-BB [erkend leerbedrijf].
Are you not on the list as partner? Please, send us an e-mail and will kindly reply why we have not listed your organisation.
Although legal terms do not link these organizations to Fair-Fusion we definitively recommend knowing about them.
The Institute of Interdisciplinary studies (IIS) is part of the University of Amsterdam. Due to personal experience the bachelors course of Future Planet Studies is highly recommended as it is among the few who takes the importance of multidisciplinary education to the next level. The course in Dutch and starts with the very foundations of science in subjects like ‘Quality of life’ and ‘Philosophy of the science’. By developing a specialization in from the second year (called a major) provides you with a very unique spectrum knowledge and understanding in two axis: on the x-axis from some knowledge concerning various disciplines to the complete appreciation of your major; Secondly, on the y-axis fundamental understanding of scientific principles and at the other end a holistic view of the parts scientist play within a system.
So why would you choose it? Perhaps because you feel the need to learn how to address global issues related to sustainability. Maybe because you are up to the challenge to address complexity upon complexity upon complexity etc…. or maybe because choosing one discipline was just not cutting the deal. Still interested? Please, visit the official web page of the University of Amsterdam and find out more