New lines of thought and previously undreamed of opportunities
2007 issue of Henkel’s research magazine ‘in view of tomorrow’ published
With their passion for new ideas and their expertise, scientists and engineers help to create the basis for future business success. In the new 2007 issue of its research magazine ‘in view of tomorrow,’ Henkel presents innovative ideas and interdisciplinary research and development projects. The magazine is available in German and English.
“Active collaboration between the different disciplines is opening up new lines of thought and creating previously undreamed of opportunities for new approaches – and for innovative products,” says Dr. Wolfgang Gawrisch, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Research/Technology of Henkel KGaA. “Successful research and development depends entirely on the people behind the inventions. At Henkel, scientists and engineers find an open research environment in which they can turn their ideas into innovative brands and technologies, thereby making an essential contribution to Henkel’s future.”
The 66-page magazine provides insights into the broad spectrum of Henkel’s research and development portfolio. The topics selected range from biotechnology for laundry detergents and household cleaners to hair research for cosmetic products, and from complex polymer structures for tailor-made adhesives to innovative technologies that help to raise standards in occupational health and safety and environmental protection.
All of the research and development projects described have one thing in common. They illustrate how Henkel works closely with experts from science and industry as part of an international and interdisciplinary knowledge community, successfully networking its own expertise with external know-how to create tomorrow’s products.
Copies of ‘in view of tomorrow’ in German and English can be ordered by e-mail from: email@example.com.