‘There must be benefits for primary producers as well’

Ireland has a long and strong history of bio-based production and processing. The agrifood industry provides…

Pierre Gielen


Underground value key issue

The ‘state’ of the soil is an absolute prerequisite for a flourishing bio economy. Unfortunately it…


Cultus Crop: all about the new research centre in Venlo

Crop protection is a promising market for more sustainable products. That is the claim of Dinand…


Scaling up: from customer to plant

The decision has been made. On 30 March, the construction of the Bio Treat Center at Brightlands…


Cultus Crop Research goes to Brightlands Greenport

Cultus Crop Research, a 1,700 m2 research station on the site of the Brightlands Campus Greenport…

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Biobased Delta: Focus on SMEs

In the Biobased Delta, authorities from the provinces of Zeeland, North Brabant and South Holland work…


BIC and Vanguard join forces: more alignment between international and regional developments

The Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) and the Vanguard Initiative have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)…


High-end applications for plant components

The value and huge biodiversity of plant components have been known from time immemorial. And yet…

Kelly van Bragt


Stora Enso launches mulch paper

Mulch films have been around for decades. For the last ten to fifteen years, the primary sector…

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