Current Projects



Evonik is unveiling TAeTTOOz®, a new material technology for printable batteries. TAeTTOOz® has been developed on the basis of what are known as redox polymers by Creavis. The new materials can be processed by conventional printing methods into very thin, flexible battery cells.


Artificial photosythesis: a contribution to the energy transition
For some years now, Creavis researchers have been working on the idea of using bacteria to produce specialty chemicals by fermentation from syngas, which is a mixture consisting mainly of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (H2).

Tissue Engineering

Up to 20 scientists from various disciplines will work at the Tissue Engineering Project House to make reliable solutions possible for tissue regeneration following accidents, disease, etc. The aim is to develop materials for biological implants in medical applications.