Green Chemistry Campus

Accelerating Biobased Business

The Green Chemistry Campus multiplies the chances of biobased business success for entrepreneurs who work on biobased innovations on the cutting edge of agro and chemistry.

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Biorizon >> The Way to Aromatics

Shared Research Center Biorizon focuses on the technology development for the production of biobased aromatics for performance materials, chemicals & coatings.

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02-08-2018

Separation/fractionation of lignin oils via membrane separation technology

Within the BIO-HArT project Biorizon co-initiator VITO succeeded in using membrane separation technology to separate lignin oils based on molecular weight via a cascade process by using 2 membranes in series. Different fractions of lignin derivatives enriched in either monomers or oligomers can be successfully produced with the developed protocols.
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02-07-2018

Biorizon Lignin Application Center for superior biobased products

For companies that would like to introduce lignin-derived chemicals into their biobased products, Biorizon launches its Biorizon Lignin Application Center at the Green Chemistry Campus. The aim: to develop valorization routes for lignin and to create materials such as resins and composites that outperform their fossil-based counterparts.
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11-27-2017

€10 million for developing sustainable raw materials for chemical industry

The province of Noord-Brabant, TNO, ECN and the Flemish VITO are jointly investing €10 million in the development of bio-aromatics: sustainable raw materials for the chemical industry. Shared Research Center Biorizon will use the funds to finance various projects designed to bring the ultimate aim closer: enabling the commercial production of bio-aromatics for industry in 2025. The four parties made this announcement in Antwerp during Biorizon's annual event.
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05-28-2018  - 05-29-2018 / Breda, The Netherlands

BIOColours Conference

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