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Reports Archive

Standardisation & certification developments in the bio-economy

 

Sustainability still remains a hot topic on the news agenda. It seems like not a day goes by that we don’t hear about plastic pollution, climate change or plant-based products. And, this ties into the fact that more and more consumers are willing to change their daily habits in order to have a more positive effect on the environment. These consumers want guarantees that the products they buy are truly sustainable and certifying these purchases can help to provide this extra assurance….

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Introducing bio-based & sustainable components to long-standing supply chains

 

Sustainability still remains a hot topic on the news agenda. It seems like not a day goes by that we don’t hear about plastic pollution, climate change or plant-based products. And, this ties into the fact that more and more consumers are willing to change their daily habits in order to have a more positive effect on the environment. These consumers want guarantees that the products they buy are truly sustainable and certifying these purchases can help to provide this extra assurance….

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Bringing synthetic biology innovations to commercial scale

 

From cells that manufacture chemicals, to better crops and tailored medicine, synthetic biology presents many opportunities for a variety of industries. There are already a number of synbio innovations that have successfully come to market and are being deployed in industry verticals around the world. In our latest report, the second in our series focused on the hottest areas of the bioeconomy, we have engaged with the synthetic biology community to bring our readers insights and exclusives from this exciting area.

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The next generation of technologies and tactics for scale up

 

The pathways from laboratory research to successful commercialisation are not always easy. In fact, the biggest challenge most companies face is to get processes in place that are productive enough to make them commercial. There are many hurdles to jump over to overcome scale-up challenges. But as the bioeconomy grows, we are seeing more of these barriers to growth fall away.

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EU Commission: Bio-based products – from idea to market

 

The bio-based sector is amongst the most thriving sectors in the European bioeconomy. Industry players in this sector use biological resources (including residues and waste) to make innovative greener value added products. This nascent sector is somehow still small compared to more traditional ones but it is undergoing rapid developments…

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