In the latest edition of the INGREEN Project newsletter, we focus on the scientific approach taken by the project, including the six key steps taken to create more value from side streams and the mobilization of multidisciplinary knowledge and skills from academia and industry. We are also excited to announce that INGREEN is listed in the Top 50 of bio-based innovations and was featured in the Open Access Government Magazine. Furthermore, on Earth Day and the International Day of Women and Girls in Science we celebrated, respectively, the projects contribution to reducing the environmental impact of industry and increasing gender equality.
INGREEN is an EU-funded project that will develop functional innovative bio-based ingredients and products from paper and agro-food side-streams through biotechnological processes.
The INGREEN consortium consists of four research and innovation partners, four large enterprises, eight small and medium-sized enterprises and a membership organization. Our 17 partners are located in ten countries throughout Europe, namely: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.