From synthetic biology to biocatalysis
Biotechnological processes (enzymatic synthesis of biobased chemicals and the fermentative production of biocatalysts or other metabolic products) are becoming core technologies in all industry sectors, energy, materials, foods, pharmaceuticals.
Discover why SuperBIO is something for you! Watch the movie to discover the opportunities this H2020 project brings to EU based SMEs and get inspired by some examples! Matchmaking and professional innovation services funded 75% by SuperBIO!
Biosurfactants have the potential to be used in a wide variety of applications. Drivers to use biosurfactants are to increase the biobased content of the end-product, to replace current substances which are to be banned from market, or their beneficial activity in the end application.
Participants from companies active in surfactant production, agrochemicals, cleaning and cleaning products, or interested in using biosurfactants.
Cette journée sera l’occasion pour les entreprises :
de rencontrer directement les chercheurs de l'institut Carnot 3BCAR et SuperBIO (Marie Tranier) lors de rendez-vous BtoB préprogrammés,
d’assister à des conférences présentant des résultats de recherche et leurs perspectives futures
d'être informé des offres technologiques en cours, émanant des brevets déposés par les laboratoires de 3BCAR, au sein des structures de valorisation et les SATT
Aimplas organizes its 6th international seminar on biopolymers and sustainable composites. Subscribe now and meet SuperBIO!
CTA will be there to promote SuperBIO and will be chairing a round table. nova (Michael Carus) is speaker in the opening session.
The seminar aims to promote the debate regarding the potential and challenges of new bioplastics. Topics of discussion are focused on advances in new bio-based and biodegradable plastics, sustainable end-of life options and case studies.
Participants: Raw materials manufacturers. Processors. Machinery manufacturers. End-users. Waste management and recyling companies. Public Administration. Research Centres, Universities and Public Research Organisations.
Have a look on the value chains the SuperBIO consortium developed!
SuperBIO Workshop: Use of microorganisms and their products for biopesticide, biostimulation and bioremediation applications
SuperBIO organizes a workshop on piopesticides, biostimulants and bioremediation. The workshop features the potential biopesticides and biostimulants market, regluatory overview and presentation of innovative SMEs and academic research.
BBI proposals should address issues such as LCA, sustainability, regulatory barriers, business planning, techno-economic, feedstock and market information, IP position, technology beyond lab scale (TRL 4) already from the proposal stage. Addressing these issues in a professional way gives you a clear advantage to winning the bet.
SuperBIO gives SMEs access to these services through six service providers at a 75% funding rate. SMEs or consortia that are preparing a BBI submission can submit an application to the SuperBIO project.
The informative event aims to spark new ideas on value chains to be submitted to the SuperBIO project. It will inform SMEs about possibilities of participation, eligibility and available services. If you are interested, please contact Dennis Herzberg, email@example.com
The SuperBIO workshop will give an overview of current developments in the field of bio-based materials. It covers case studies from Poland that show the variety of application sectors in which biomaterials can be important. The SuperBIO project will be presented as a tool to stimulate innovations within SMEs in this area, and several SuperBIO service providers are presenting their offers in the SuperBIO project. The workshop will offer the opportunity to network with the SuperBIO project through face-to-face meetings in the afternoon.
The SuperBIO project provides 10 different types of innovation services to third party SMEs which are funded by the project for 75%. As such, it brings these value chains closer to reality. The informative event aims to spark new ideas on value chains to be submitted to the SuperBIO project. It will inform SMEs about possibilities of participation, eligibility and available services:
- IP and patent filing
- Technological scale up and proof-concept
- Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
- Sustainability and regulatory issues
- Techno-economic analysis
- Feedstock Analysis
- Market research
- Business Planning
- Access to investors
- Subsidy and grant writing
For registration click here.
This workshop is organized in conjunction with Empack Trade Fair in Brussels. This Fair brings together supply & demand of the packaging industry and offers a unique networking opportunity.
Valorization of Residues from Intensive Horticulture: A Business Opportunity for Bio-Based Industries
This workshop will present the SuperBIO project and its potential for innovation in valorization of horticulture. It will present the myriad of types of horticultural residues and the potential within the Andalucian context. Next it will present biotechnological conversion of horticultural residues. Finally, a succesful EU case will be presented to showcase the potential for innovation in the bio-based industries.
SuperBIO is an innovation project supported through the EU Horizon2020 funding programme. The € 3.8 million project supports the development of promising industrial value chains in the bioeconomy. It therefore engages with the EU bio-based business community. The project provides 10 different types of innovation services to third party SMEs which are funded by the project for 75%.