• M12 Partner meeting – Israel 23rd 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.

  • BIOCON-CO2 at EFIB 2018, Toulouse, France

    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.

  • Successful BIOCON-CO2 Six-Monthly Meeting, June 2018

    BIOCON-CO2 colleagues met in Barcelona (Spain) on 19 June 2018 for their bi-annual meeting. The meeting was another important step towards achieving the project's ambitious objectives of industrial CO2 re-use. The meeting also provided an opportrunity for partners to view some of the BIOCON-CO2 infrastructure at LEITAT (lead coordinator of BIOCON-CO2), which will be used to assess the effectiveness of industrial CO2 re-use.

  • BIOCON-CO2 Six-Monthly Meeting, June 2018

    BIOCON-CO2 colleagues are meeting in Barcelona (Spain) on 19 June 2018 for their bi-annual meeting to discuss the progress of the project to date and the next steps that each partner will pursue over the coming six months. Further information on the meeting to follow.

  • Project Kick-Off, January 2018

    BIOCON-CO2 project partners met in Gent (Belgium) on 29-30 January 2018 to discuss the objectives of the project and the strategic direction which the project will take for the four year duration of the project (2018-2021). Project partners will meet every six months to ensure the project remains on course to achieve its ambitious objectives.

Page updated: 3rd May 2018