We are very proud to present to you our first Project Newsletter. Do not hesitate to download it in order to be updated with the latest news. https://www.bioicep.eu/_descarga_web.php?pu_id=359

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On 20 October, 31 entrepreneurs and companies from 12 countries presented their companies and projects to a number of international investors at the Food & Bioeconomy Venture Forum, which took place online in Viborg, Denmark. Avecom presented its project to make food from green energy. After voting, the investors chose the following participants as the…

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Free webinar organised by MyPack in collaboration with GLOPACK and YPACK Wednesday 28th October 2020, from 10:00 to 12:00 am CET Plastic pollution has reached enormous scales in the world and is raising concerns among the general public. As a result, modern science is directing its efforts towards finding more sustainable solutions. Bioplastics, as one of…

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Aquarama Trade Fair, an exhibition and conference on water technology and treatment, is an annual event that should not be missed by anyone active in the world of water. FAIR DATEThursday, October 29th, 2020 OPENING HOURS09:30 AM – 06:00 PM LOCATIONVIRTUAL EVENT Five reasons why you shouldn’t miss the Aquarama Trade Fair?Aquarama Trade Fair, an…

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Join our online conference to learn what sustainable solutions the YPACK project can offer the food packaging sector. Keynote session is held by David Newman, Founder&President of BBIA. As an expert on compostable bioplastics and the circular bioeconomy, Mr. Newman will give a current overview of the sector and share his insights. And a panel…

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Gas-to-protein processes could disconnect food production from land and sea Link to external article (Chemical & Engineering News – September 2020): https://cen.acs.org/food/food-ingredients/start-ups-succeed-making-food/98/i36

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The growing success of the bio-based economy is creating an unforeseen problem demand for suitable feedstocks which is proving increasingly difficult to meet. In addition, the majority that are being supplied are coming from primary agricultural production, such as starch, sugar and vegetable oils. This is creating competition between food and feed production, which may…

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In the future, it will become increasingly challenging to sustainably feed a growing world population. The 6th of July, a webinar organised by the VBIG (“Verbond Bio-ingenieurswetenschappen Gent”) explored the possible solutions that cellular food production can offer. Can we feed the world with microbial protein? Can cultured meat offer a worthy alternative to meat?…

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Bacteria and other micro-organisms can produce food more efficiently than plants and animals. Do we need microbes en masse to protect the environment? Full article (in Dutch): https://eostrace.be/artikelen/zijn-bacterien-het-voedsel-voor-de-toekomst

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