The Science Campus, a forum where businesses and universities can exchange information, also provides K exhibitors and visitors with a comprehensive overview of scientific activities and results in plastics and rubber-related research. Since its launch in 2013, the Science Campus has gained in size and has recorded a rising number of participating universities, institutes and funding agencies. Four central issues are at the heart of the Science Campus, as they are expected to dramatically affect the development of the industry’s markets for the next few years.
Scientists from the innovation circle of K 2016 or teams from their institutes will process and prepare information on the central topics. In addition to their featuring at the Science Campus agenda, they will also be addressed by the exhibits, the special event “Plastics shape the future” and by the Innovation Compass.