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.
The Shared Research Center examines how bio-aromatic compounds from agro-residuals can be developed and its ambition is to become one of the world's top centres in this field within five years.
Several leading Dutch companies have joined forces in the Holland Biotech Pavilion at the Bio World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology 2013 in Montreal.
South West Netherlands, where the Green Chemistry Campus is based, takes part in Chemical Regions for Resource Efficiency (R4R): a new European project looking to spread innovative ideas that can lead the way to zero-waste and resource-efficient industries across Europe.
As from 1 July Progression Industry joins the Green Chemistry Campus in Bergen op Zoom. The young company is developing a drop-in biofuel named CyclOx. Progression Industry will also remain active from its home base on the Technical University (TU) in Eindhoven.
06-16-2013 - 06-19-2013 / Montreal
09-30-2013 - 10-02-2013 / Brussel