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.
Shared Research Center Biorizon focuses on the technology development for the production of biobased aromatics for performance materials, chemicals & coatings.
Taking the next steps in research into bioaromatics and the building of testing grounds is what Green Chemistry Campus and Brightlands Chemelot Campus are starting to work on together. The total size of the SCeLiO-4B project is €11.4 million. Because greening of the chemical sector is high on the agenda, the European Union has awarded a €4.5 million grant. Four questions to TNO's Joop Groen.
Shared Research Center Biorizon scales up its bio-aromatics research considerably again. For the next 3 years Biorizon, together with 9 partners, will work on the scaling up of technology for the production of aromatics from biomass in the cross-border BIO-HArT-project. By the end of 2018 this must result in functioning bench scale demonstrators that can produce samples for the industry on a kilogram scale. Besides that, the processes for the production of bio-aromatics will be optimized further.
Shared Research Center Biorizon co-initiator TNO is establishing a close collaboration with The Avans Centre of Expertise Biobased Economy (CoE BBE) in Breda. The partnership is aimed at conducting research into increasing the yield of aromatic building blocks from biomass.
01-01-2015 - 12-31-2015 / World