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BIOrescue project: halfway to success

Discussing the first achievements and planning the way towards project’s end: that is BIOrescue partners’ objectives for their mid-term project meeting, to be held on 14 and 15 February in Chester. The meeting will be hosted by the Exploitation...

On the way to a more sustainable mushroom industry

While natural resources are depleting, agriculture professionals focus their efforts on research and innovation to make their production processes more circular. Back in 2014, Monaghan Mushrooms, one of the world’s largest…

New bio-based technologies presented at 4CIAB

BIOrescue partners from CENER and the University of Naples Federico II presented their latest results in the 4th Iberoamerican Congress on Biorefineries in Jaen from 24 to 26 October in Jaen.

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New bio-based products set the scene for a sustainable and circular economy

On Thursday 11 October, key industry players, researchers and regulatory bodies met in Madrid to discuss opportunities arising from the bio-based industry sector and discover the cutting-edge products and processes that will shape the Spanish bioeconomy of tomorrow.

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BIOrescue partners share their latest results in Madrid. Join our event!

What is the circular bioeconomy? And how can Spanish industry benefit from it? On 11 October, BIOrescue partners will join forces with Spanish bioeconomy experts in Madrid to share their first results and discuss the potential of the bioeconomy sector in Spain with key industry players, researchers and policy makers. Join our workshop to share your views !

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New bio-based and biodegradable polymers presented at Cradle-to-cradle

On 22 May 2018, Frederik Wurm presented the new bio-based and biodegradable polymers that are currently being developed in the framework of the BIOrescue project at the Cradle-to-cradle Rhein Main meeting.

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11 October 2018 / Madrid, Spain

Towards a circular bioeconomy in Spanish industry

The event will be the chance for industry professionals, researchers and decision makers to discover the process developed within the EU-funded BIOrescue project to exploit the potential of unused biomass in the mushroom industry.

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12 April 2018 / Hotel Marriott Renaissance

Innovation in the bioeconomy conference

In the framework of the Innovation in the bioeconomy conference, project partners from the EU-funded ButaNext project will analyse the regulatory framework and the market barriers that impact the widespread uptake of products derived from sustainable biomass.

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