The BDC is an open-access scale-up R&D centre providing industry with innovative ideas to convert plants, microbes and biowastes into high-value bio-based products. Their vision is a world where the economy is a bioeconomy.
With the push towards a more sustainable world, the importance of nature inspired innovation or biomimicry, is finally being recognised by the wider population.
Last year, the coronavirus pandemic impacted commercial operations on a scale never seen before. In this article we illustrate how organisations had to learn to innovate and quickly adopt new digital strategies and tools, in many cases with a high degree of success.
Strategic Allies Ltd is working with Singaporean based Float Foods to assist in its current fund raising efforts but more importantly is seeking manufacture and distribution partners in Europe and the USA for the first plant based protein fried egg.
FMCG company developing a range of nutraceutical products containing functional ingredients wished to work with scientists, consultants and CROs with expertise in nutraceutical formulations.
The client, committed to improving the sustainability of their operations, required partners with expertise in the mild (sustainable and/or solvent- free) processing of plant-based raw materials, in addition to new crop sources to enable the future production of oils/fats and proteins for the food industry.
Premium food producing client seeking alternatives to traditional curing techniques due to emerging research suggesting that the use of nitrates / nitrites can cause potential health issues.
NEFFA is a young company, based in the Netherlands, that is challenging the materials and production techniques used in the fashion & apparel industries, to provide more sustainable clothing.
PheroSyn is producing high value, not currently available, insect pheromones, for supply to the agribusiness sector for sustainable pest management. Its vision is for their products to be used in order to reduce the use of pesticides in agriculture and help mitigate climate change.