BIO-TIC: Your Gateway to the European Bio-economy

The BIO-TIC partnering platform is a cooperation platform that provides access to thousands of companies, universities, research institutions and various other stakeholders of the European biobased community. This free information and communication service is offered by the BIO-TIC consortium to encourage cooperation, joint research and technology transfer. The platform will enable you to find and contact potential cooperation and business partners across Europe in order to strengthen the European bioeconomy.

 

Highlights

  • The BIO-TIC project partners invite you to join a series of webinars that gives you a comprehensive overview on what is going on in Industrial Biotechnology in Europe. The webinars focus on product categories which have been identified to have significant potential for growing the European industrial biotechnology market: e.g. biobased chemical building blocks, biosurfactants and CO2 as a feedstock for industrial biotechnology processes.
    Participation in the webinars is free of charge. You just have to register HERE. If you are already registered with BIO-TIC just log-in with your personal log-in credentials.

    BIO-TIC Business Case: Biosurfactants
    22 May 2015, 3:00 – 4:00 pm CET

    BIO-TIC Business Case: Chemical Building Blocks
    26 May 2015, 10:00 – 11:00 am CET

    BIO-TIC Business Case: CO2
    8 June 2015, 10.00 – 11.00 am CET

    European Bioeconomy revisited: How far have we come?
    10 June 2015, 10.00 – 11.00 am CET (s. below for more information)

    Where next: Industrial Biotechnology?
    7 July 2015, 10:30 – 11:30 CET
  • A BASF-led consortium aims to decrease bio-based production costs using industrial biotechnology. The core of the project is to adapt separation techniques to the needs of white biotechnology products and to design hybrid systems combining individual advantages, for example, selectivity and energy efficiency, reduced energy consumption and accelerate process developments. The European Union has contributed €10m to PRODIAS, which has a total budget of around €14m
  • BIO-TIC is proud to announce the public launch of three “bio-Roadmaps” focusing on the market potential, R&D priorities and non-technological hurdles of IB innovation in Europe. The BIO-TIC roadmaps formulate action plans on how the various stakeholders can work together to overcome the major current and future issues that hamper the huge potential that IB for Europe to be realized. The current version (January 2015) is the third draft of the roadmaps. The final roadmaps, which will be available in July 2015, will show the …..

 

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