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Ingredient Maps

AI speeds up product development in the food industry

Clean label, less salt, fat or palm oil, more vegetable proteins, exotic flavours; the demands we…

Pierre Gielen

LEGO Chemie

Scaling up bio-aromatics research and application development with the industry

It was supposed to be a physical meeting place, but the 8th Biorizon Annual Event in…

Pierre Gielen

Lupins in Iceland

A crop with great opportunities for Europe

The Andean lupin contains more protein than soya and more oil than sunflower. It can be…

Pierre Gielen

Thalles and Tielly in the BBE lab

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

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

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


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Joint Research Center Zeeland (JRCZ).

Joint Research Center Zeeland open in February 2023

HZ University of Applied Sciences in Middelburg, the Netherlands, will open the new Joint Research Centre…

Editorial office / Middelburg

LEGO mad scientist

Step towards strong and sustainable biobased plastics

In The Netherlands, scientists from the Industrial Sustainable Chemistry group led by Prof Gert-Jan Gruter of…

Editorial office / Amsterdam

Cement trowel

US researchers create carbon-negative cement from algae

Researchers at the University of Colorado (Boulder) in the US have developed a method to make…

Editorial office / Boulder

ESA's Biomass satellite

ESA ‘Biomass’ satellite will monitor the earth’s forests

European space agency ESA will monitor forests from space with the new Biomass satellite.

Editorial office / Stevenage

Protesting Dutch farmers

NOx emissions unevenly distributed around the world

Nitrogen oxides use limits are greatly exceeded, especially in north-western Europe and parts of China and…

Editorial office / The Hague

Flowering wild cardoon with bee

Mixing Miscanthus and wildflowers for sustainable bioenergy

Research involving the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany, shows positive effects of mixing wildflowers with…

Editorial office / Stuttgart