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Recent highlights

To mark 150 years of biotechnology innovation and social entrepreneurship in Delft, we're throwing open the doors for the free Small Life, Big Impact: microbes shape our world pop-up exhibition.

Leading companies in the Netherlands partner to be at the forefront in the transition towards circularity – one that is innovative and competitive in transforming bridge construction for the future.

Team Sunweb now sport a lightweight baselayer with Dyneema that offers protection for the upper body in addition to the bib shorts they've worn for the last four race seasons.

DSM invites you to join us in accelerating female participation in science and technology. Find out how we are accelerating gender equality and inclusion in STEM careers.

To date DSM's partnership with Vitamin Angels has reached 70 million children in 70 countries with the vitamin A supplements they need to help them fight off life-threatening illnesses.

Discover the four reasons why it makes sense for food manufacturers to extend shelf life naturally rather than artificially, and seriously look into using biopreservatives or anti-oxidants.

On International Beer Day our survey reveals that over half of craft beer consumers will be raising a glass with a beer that’s advertised as sustainable, and preferably ‘locally brewed’ too.

On 1 August DSM reported a good H1 2019 and maintained the full year outlook previously raised from initial targets as detailed in the Q1 Results announced on 7 May 2019.

Why is craft beer so popular with millennials? Our survey reveals craft beer drinkers care deeply about their beer, where it comes from, and what it means for their health and the planet.

The I AM Tomorrow Challenge is an acceleration program for startups and scaleups focused on data analytics, AI and other software solutions for large-scale 3D printing.

In the next step towards commercial availability, DSM has filed for EU authorization of a new feed additive for dairy cows that will reduce their methane emissions by around 30%.

The Evonik/DSM joint venture Veramaris has begun commercial scale production of omega-3 fatty acids rich in EPA and DHA from natural marine algae to feed salmon sustainably.

We cast an eye over the lactose-free dairy market and highlight interesting paradoxes between the fastest growing regions and the countries with the largest markets.

We look at the latest trends that lie behind the continued global growth of lactose-free dairy products and the more recent intensified focus on their fortification with vitamins and minerals.

First discovered by DSM's scientists in 1954, how does natamycin, which occurs naturally in soil as a result of natural biological bacterial fermentation, prevent food spoilage?

Helen Mets, President DSM Resins & Functional Materials, talks with Accenture Insights about what it takes to transform successfully into a purpose-driven business.

This estimate of the calories lost or wasted annually exemplifies the inefficiencies of current food systems. The world needs new pathways in sustainable animal protein to help address this.

life’s™OMEGA is an algae-based alternative to fish oil that contains both EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids, keeping consumers healthy and safeguarding fragile marine ecosystems.

Follow DSM's innovation partners Team Sunweb as we highlight the nutrition solutions and advanced technologies we are co-developing to protect the riders and aid their post-race recovery.

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The video library contains a selection of some of the latest videos from across DSM. 

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Women in science & technology

As part of DSM's 'The world needs science and science needs women' campaign, we follow a scientist's day in Pennsylvania, US.

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Women in science & technology

As part of DSM's 'The world needs science and science needs women' campaign, we follow a scientist's day in Singapore.

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Women in science & technology

As part of DSM's 'The world needs science and science needs women' campaign, we follow a scientist's day in Geleen, the Netherlands.

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Director Asia/Pacific & China Communications & External Affairs
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Tokyo, Japan

Shintaro Ryu
Communications Manager Japan
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Geleen, the Netherlands

Guido van Alphen
Director EMEA Communications & External Affairs
+31 45 578 2421

André van der Elsen
Senior Communications Manager
+31 45 578 2421

Marianne Vintcent
External Communications & Social Media Manager
+31 45 578 2421

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