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Events

THYME Entrepreneurship Masterclasses

Dates: Tuesday 3 November, Monday 9th November Time: 13:00 – 15:15 These fast-paced entrepreneurship masterclasses for staff from Hull, Teesside and York with a bioeconomy business idea are geared to inspire you to recognise and capitalise on entrepreneurial opportunity and learn lean startup methodology. You’ll work on creating your business model using Lean Canvas while […]

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Webinar: Sustainable Waste Water Treatment & the Bioeconomy

Thursday 26 Nov, 11:00-12.30 Join experts from industry and academia to explore potential bio-based solutions to Waste Water Treatment in this industry-focused webinar from Catch, Biovale and the THYME Project. Engaging speakers including Anaerobic Digestion expert Professor James Chong of the University of York, and Catch member, Adam Beardmore of Centrica Storage Ltd along with […]

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Webinar: Decarbonising Yorkshire with Anaerobic Digestion

2-3:30pm, Tuesday 15 December 2020 This online workshop will look at how Yorkshire can make more use of anaerobic digestion (AD) to decarbonise its industry, waste management, farming and transport in order to meet UK targets. It will also consider the implications of the Government’s Green Gas Support Scheme expected in 2021 to encourage provision […]

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News

26th October 2020

THYME video: University of York

Staff at the University of York discuss how the THYME Project has helped to build the bioeconomy in the North of England by fostering new interdisciplinary collaborations.  

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20th October 2020

THYME VIDEO: TEESSIDE UNIVERSITY

Staff at Teesside University discuss how the THYME Project has helped them to develop their regional assets, such as the newly built National Horizons Centre and also facilitated new partnerships.

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12th October 2020

THYME video: Proof of Concept projects

Staff from the THYME Universities discuss their Proof of Concept projects and how these are helping to develop the bioeconomy in the Yorkshire, Humber and Tees Valley regions.

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