Delta EMD puts faith in university research
Sunday, 04 February, 2001
Delta EMD has today signed an agreement to invest over $200,000 in establishing the 'Delta EMD Lectureship in Applied Chemistry' with the University of Newcastle.
Delta EMD will provide salary support for the Lectureship, and additional funding as research support for four years.
The agreement has been signed by the University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Roger Holmes, and Mr Evan van Zyl, Chairman and Managing Director of Delta EMD Australia Pty Ltd.
In addition to the lectureship, Delta EMD is currently supporting one PhD program in Applied Chemistry and has agreed to fund a further PhD program in Fundamental EMD Chemistry.
The work in both of these projects will be significant, as it will involve work both at the University and on-site, utilising facilities within Delta's new pilot plant at the Newcastle site.
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