Author: Alice North

Author: Alice North

THYME training: Ten Steps to Working with Industry in the Bioeconomy

2-3pm, Wednesday 14 October 2020 FREE online webinar offered by the THYME Project This fast-paced masterclass will enable you to understand the commercial relevance of your research and will help you to generate interest and sign-ups for longer industry-centric programmes. Our lively and informative one-hour interactive webinar encourages you to consider the different ways in which researchers can work with […]

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7th April 2020

THYME-funded research helps improve biomass energy production.

With the help of a THYME proof-of-concept grant, researchers at the University of Hull have published a scientific paper on new treatment methods to make biomass energy production cleaner and more energy efficient. The research found that treating biomass wastes with low-energy ultrasound helps to optimise their properties for energy production and cut down harmful […]

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25th March 2020

School science activities available

The THYME Project has developed some educational materials about the bioeconomy to keep primary and secondary-aged children entertained and educated while schools are shut. They can be done at home and include games, quizzes and more! Click here for further information.  

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9th December 2019

The THYME project at the midpoint

The THYME project is a unique new collaboration between the universities of Hull, York and Teesside that aims to drive growth in the region’s bio-based economy. Now, at the project’s midpoint, we take a moment to consider our progress. New research partnerships We have succeeded in bringing the region’s academics together to identify research complementarities […]

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