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UrBIOfuture

The European Union has already made substantial progress in adopting a bio-based economy. However, it cannot afford to stand still; it must continue...
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LIFT

Europe is shifting to an economy that is making greater and more sustainable use of renewable resources. Aside from the clear environmental benefits...
celebio

CELEBio

The Central Europe LEaders in Bioeconomy (CELEBio) project aims at strengthening the enabling environment for bio-based businesses in eight countries...
Biocircularcities

BIOCIRCULARCITIES

While there is an inevitable degree of synergy between the circular economy and the bioeconomy, it does not axiomatically follow that bioeconomy...
OLEAF4VALUE

OLEAF4VALUE

Olive groves are a common sight throughout southern Europe, particularly in the Mediterranean countries and in Portugal. While the fruit of the olive...
bioways

BIOWAYS

The European bio-economy is an exciting prospect; BIOWAYS will provide the materials and activities to engage the public and excite them about its...
ictbiochain

ICT-BIOCHAIN

The main aim of the ICT-BIOCHAIN project is to identify ways to use ICT effectively to increase the efficiency of biomass supply chains for the bio...
BIOSUPPACK

BioSupPack

The increasing public desire for sustainable products is driving a growing demand for bioplastics in the packing sector in order to minimise...
roadtobio

RoadToBio

The focus of the European chemical industry will have to change within the next 15 years because of the diminishing fossil resources, climate change...
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Pilots4U

A key challenge for the bio-economy is to bring newly developed molecules and techniques from the lab to the market. The main bottleneck in the...
bio

BIOBRIDGES

In addition to the price tag, public acceptance of bio-based products depends on a variety of factors including their social, economic and...
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BIObec

Europe’s shift to a low-carbon economy is a welcome one; at the same time, the shift to a bioeconomy will create new jobs and stimulate growth in an...
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Prolific

Agro-industrial residual biomass, side streams and food production by-products such as legumes, fungi and coffee are likely to constitute rich sources...
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BioeconomyVentures

The bioeconomy sector is one of EU’s largest, employing almost 19 million people and generating an annual turnover in excess of €2 trillion. It is...
biopen

BIOPEN

The bio-based economy thrives on integrated value chains that cross sectoral barriers, oriented to developing products driven by societal needs. These...
perfecoat

PERFECOAT

The pursuit of a climate-neutral Europe and a truly circular economy requires attention to virtually all fields of production if fossil-based...
phenolexa

PHENOLEXA

In the pursuit of a circular economy, it is important to identify and use potential feedstocks to their maximum potential and value. Despite this...
fraction

FRACTION

The EU’s drive towards a circular economy has seen increasing numbers of biorefineries established in Europe. As a result of the EU’s bioeconomy...
magnif

MAGNIFICENT

MAGNIFICENT seeks to develop a new value chain for food, aquafeed and cosmetic ingredients based on microalgae. Currently, market opportunities for...

CARBOSURF

If biotechnology is to deliver molecules and derived products to the market, these need to meet market demands. Hence a close collaboration with the...