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Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking

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Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking. / Summerton, Louise; Clark, James H.; Hurst, Glenn A.; Ball, Peter D.; Rylott, Elizabeth L.; Carslaw, Nicola; Creasey, Julia; Murray, Jane; Whitford, Jeffrey; Dobson, Brian; Sneddon, Helen F.; Ross, Joe; Metcalf, Pete; McElroy, C. Robert.

In: JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION, Vol. 96, No. 12, 01.11.2019, p. 2959-2967.

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Summerton, L, Clark, JH, Hurst, GA, Ball, PD, Rylott, EL, Carslaw, N, Creasey, J, Murray, J, Whitford, J, Dobson, B, Sneddon, HF, Ross, J, Metcalf, P & McElroy, CR 2019, 'Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking', JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION, vol. 96, no. 12, pp. 2959-2967. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00257

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Summerton, L., Clark, J. H., Hurst, G. A., Ball, P. D., Rylott, E. L., Carslaw, N., ... McElroy, C. R. (2019). Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION, 96(12), 2959-2967. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00257

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Summerton L, Clark JH, Hurst GA, Ball PD, Rylott EL, Carslaw N et al. Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION. 2019 Nov 1;96(12): 2959-2967. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00257

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Summerton, Louise ; Clark, James H. ; Hurst, Glenn A. ; Ball, Peter D. ; Rylott, Elizabeth L. ; Carslaw, Nicola ; Creasey, Julia ; Murray, Jane ; Whitford, Jeffrey ; Dobson, Brian ; Sneddon, Helen F. ; Ross, Joe ; Metcalf, Pete ; McElroy, C. Robert. / Industry-Informed Workshops to Develop Graduate Skill Sets in the Circular Economy Using Systems Thinking. In: JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION. 2019 ; Vol. 96, No. 12. pp. 2959-2967.

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