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Thalles and Tielly in the BBE lab
05:05

New developments in the field of PHA

Sewage water and sludge are raw materials for the production of PHA: biodegradable biopolymers made by…

Pierre Gielen

ZAP: pivot between education, research and business 1
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ZAP: pivot between education, research and business

True innovation in the chemical and bioprocessing technology sector is being created in a fertile environment,…

Pierre Gielen

3D printed bolt
04:16

Biodegradable biopolymers for 3D Printing and micro-injection moulding

For more and more fossil plastics, there are green alternatives. For example, 3D printer filaments from…

Pierre Gielen

Road construction
02:21

Accelerated research into bio-asphalt

Will we be driving on roads made of wood in the Netherlands in the near future?…

Pierre Gielen

Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant
03:13

New biosurfactants are greener than ever

Surfactants, or surface active agents, can be found just about anywhere: in medicines, cosmetics, detergents, food,…

Pierre Gielen

Tractor plowing a field
05:59

“Agriculture: a fully-fledged partner in biobased value chains”

The bio-economy starts on the fields. That is where the agricultural biomass originates. Active participation of…

Pierre Gielen


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Substantial CO2 reduction through circular biobased projects in the Delta region
02:10

Substantial CO2 reduction through circular biobased projects in the Dutch Delta region

With 20 biobased circular projects, the process industry can achieve more than half of its climate…

Editorial office / Delft

Forestry
00:38

Research on innovative biobased products from forestry

The BioMonitor project is investigating bio-based products connected to the forest industry and their role in…

Gas pipes
00:46

Microorganisms make natural gas from CO2 from the air

CO2 from the air around us can be a raw material that microorganisms can convert into…

Editorial office / Utrecht

Field of Dandelions
02:49

Keygene conducts follow-up research into rubber from dandelions

A consortium around biotechnology company KeyGene in Wageningen has been awarded a subsidy of over €…

Editorial office / Wageningen

DNA
00:37

‘Successor of CRISPR-Cas9 chews up DNA like Pac-Man’

Experts at the University of California, San Francisco have developed a new tool for cutting large…

Editorial office / San Francisco

Pyrolysis oil better applicable due to lower acidity
01:00

Pyrolysis oil better applicable due to lower acidity

Pyrolysis oil from biomass has the potential to replace fossil transport fuels. This sustainable transition has…

Editorial office / Moerdijk