The fast-growing bioeconomy represents a major economic opportunity for the UK and particularly for the North of England, which has world-class bioeconomy assets.
The THYME project aims to build on these regional assets to drive increased productivity of companies operating in the bioeconomy across Yorkshire, Humberside and the Tees Valley. The THYME Project will establish a new and highly innovative collaboration between the universities of York, Hull and Teesside that will become an exemplar for good practice in Knowledge Exchange between HEIs and industry, attracting trade and inward investment into sustainable bio-based industries and our HEIs.
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Celebrating bio-based successes across Teesside, Hull and York: the THYME project
On Thursday 9th June academics, industry partners, investors, funders and business-support programmes came together in York to celebrate four successful years of the THYME project; a collaboration between the Universities of Teesside, Hull and York.
Expertise in bioprocess engineering, data and process visualisation, artificial intelligence and machine learning combines within our National Horizons Centre, a £22m facility to grow research, knowledge exchange and skills in the bioeconomy.