On October 19th. We will be presenting our project on this event which objective is to connect industry, research & innovation and policy around real bioeconomy opportunities for a sustainable and competitive future. Bioeconomy Ireland Day 2018 brings together key bioeconomy practitioners, thought leaders, industry, researchers, and policy makers to drive Ireland’s bioeconomy forward, creating [...]
Our project will be showcased in the frame of a workshop organised by Aitiip in its facilities. You can already register for free. The bioplastic and biobased materials are here to stay. Public opinion demands, with increasing force, sustainable products. The industry, to respond to this desire, is developing biobased plastics (from renewable sources) and [...]
In this video, Mr William Gabrielli (Applications Manager at Monaghan Biosciences) and project coordinator Bart Van der Burg (BDS) discuss about project main challenge (how to tackle the issue of the Mushroom disregarded outputs) and how to transform it into valuable compounds.
Hispack, which attracts 800 direct exhibitors, is the Spanish biggest fair about packaging and it deals with the materials, technology, processes, logistics and solutions for manufacturing and the use of all types of packaging and containers for all industrial sectors and mass consumption markets - not just food. In this fair, Carolina Peñalva (Aitiip packaging [...]
Yesterday we finished a very fruitful month 18th meeting, at Aitiip Centro Tecnologico facilities, in Zaragoza (Spain). At this project stage, with a consolidated cascading approach, we are defining the upscaling and designing of the demo plant.
Today Lidia García (Aitiip Centro Tecnologico) has presented our project at The European Biopolymer Summit, which is taking place on 14th – 15th February 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany. This two day conference, in which we are participating as speakers, is designed to bring together senior executives, key industry experts, researchers and bioplastic manufacturers, to exchange [...]
Funguschain partners are working on another biorefinery process, this time using mushroom by-products as the feedstock. The outputs will be different from BIOrescue, as this process aims at the creation of bio-based cleaning products, the extraction of proteins for food supplements, and the production of bio-plastic films from mushroom biomass. Both projects will help to [...]
Visit us! We are at the BBI JU Stakeholder forum, in Brussels. The event is dedicated to engage directly in dialogue with BBI JU’s stakeholders. The event include plenary keynote speeches, high-level discussions with expert panels, thematic breakout sessions, with plenty of networking possibilities.
Funguschain project is a new concept of biorefinery which will be created to valorise mushroom outcomes with a 4 steps cascading approach. Do you want to know more? See the video!
The Welsh Government - H2020 Unit selected our project as a successful story. They interviewed our project partner Neem Biotech about their role in the project and Dr. Michael Graz of Neem Biotech Ltd. said: “Neem is very pleased to be involved in this high calibre consortium. This is a great opportunity for the consortium [...]