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 BIOTIC 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.



  • 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 (April 2014) is the second draft of the roadmaps. The final roadmaps, which will be available in July 2015, will show the relationship between potential market developments, R&D needs, regulatory and non-technological aspects impacting on IB innovation.
    To be able to download the roadmaps please log-in or register with BIO-TIC.
  • The bulk of mandates continue to come from the EU-27, where the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) specified a 10 percent renewable content by 2020 but has been scaled back to the 5-7.5 percent range in recent months. 13 countries in the Americas have mandates or targets in place or under consideration, 12 in Asia-Pac, and 10 in Africa. Besides the EU, the major blending mandates that will drive global demand are those set in the US, China and Brazil – each of which has set targets – or, in the case of Brazil, is already there – at levels in the 15-20 percent range by …
  • BioEnergy International AG has been commissioned to build the biggest Multi-Feedstock BioDiesel plant in the world in the Netherlands with an estimated worth of EUR 47 million. In future, the plant will be producing BioDiesel from waste materials and will have a total capacity of 250,000 tonnes/year. The Dutch customer Biodiesel Amsterdam (subsidiary of Simadan Holding) already brought an initial Multi-Feedstock BioDiesel plant supplied by BDI with a production capacity of 100,000 tonnes/year into operation in 2010 and is now increasing its production capacity at the location by a further 150,000 tonnes/year.


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App. deadline: April 28, 2017
The new UK Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst funding programme has been launched. The scheme will assist businesses and...
 Berlin, Germany
App. deadline: December 31, 2014
 Berlin/Bonn, Germany
App. deadline: September 30, 2014

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