BIOCON-CO2 aims to develop and validate a platform of flexible and versatile techniques capable of using biological processes to transform raw CO2 waste from the iron, steel, cement and electric power industries into value-added chemicals and plastics.
Exploring novel biotechnological solutions, the project intends to generate new knowledge to develop commercially viable strategies for reducing Europe’s dependency on fossil fuel resources. This will lead to the increased sustainability of the chemical industry and provide support for European leadership in CO2 re-use technologies.
24th January 2019
BIOCON-CO2 colleagues met in Nesher Ramla Visitor Center, Israel on the 23rd of January 2019 for their second bi-annual meeting, marking 12 months of the project.
14th January 2019
The BIOCON-CO2 project has been up and running for a year now and the month 12 (M12) partner meeting is due to take place at the Nesher Ramla Visitor Center, Israel on the 23rd of January 2019. Project partners will present updates and results from their work over the past 6 months and discuss the steps to be taken for the next 6 months. This is also a good opportunity for partners to network and meet any new members of the project.
16th October 2018
The BIOCON-CO2 consortium will be represented by project partner Wageningen University (WUR) at this year’s EFIB Forum, which takes place 16-18 October in Toulouse, France. Information on the project will be made available to over 500 attendees at the event, which hosts some of the world’s leading industry experts from across the industrial biotechnology supply chain.
14 - 18 Jun
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