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Working with advanced bioaromatics from the Biorizon project is not only a privilege for large companies. To make this clear, Centexbel, Avans Hogeschool/MNEXT and VITO are organising an online workshop aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises on 25 January. There, they will present the BIO-CAPP project, possible applications in textiles and plastics, and how to get started with bioaromatics.
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BIO-CAPPP lowers the threshold for companies to collaborate with knowledge workers and students in the Biorizon Application Centre at the Green Chemistry Campus in Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands. Innovation vouchers are available for this purpose. These allow SMEs to cost-effectively work on applying advanced bio-aromatics in their own products.

The BIO-CAPPP project has a total budget of €4.3 million and is co-funded by Interreg Vlaanderen-Nederland, the cross-border cooperation program with financial support from the European Regional Development Fund and the Provinces of Antwerpen, Noord-Brabant and Oost-Vlaanderen, and the Dutch Ministery of Economic Affairs and Climate.

Projectpartners of BIOCAPP are VITO, TNO, Centexbel, Avans Hogeschool/MNEXT, Kamp C and Green Chemistry Campus.

Visit the Centexbel website for more information and registration

Image: TNO