Updates

Events

Connecting with Industry in the Bioeconomy, 13th & 14th January 2020

Date: Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th January 2020 Location: Darlington This event is designed for Early Career & Post Doctoral Researchers at THYME partner universities who wish to collaborate with industrial partners in the bioeconomy. The structure of the course will be practical, interactive and workshop led. Attendees may be within a range of academic […]

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A National Bioeconomy Strategy 2030: Delivering the Strategy through Collaboration, 4th December

Date: 4 December 2019 Time: 7.30am – 11.30am Location: Teesside University, Darlington You are invited to an event focussing the opportunities and challenges highlighted in A National Bioeconomy Strategy 2030: Delivering the Strategy through Collaboration. The UK Government’s 2018 Bioeconomy strategy has firmly established the need to use renewable biological resources to replace fossil resources in […]

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News

14th November 2019

Let’s play with rubbish: a new board game for the bioeconomy

Focus Games Ltd has developed the Bioeconomy Game, an educational board game that challenges players to create value from waste and develop their community. The game was developed in collaboration with MeLoop Foundation, India, and the THYME Project, a North of England project designed to improve productivity of the bioeconomy and companies across Yorkshire, the […]

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13th November 2019

THYME funds new research to boost the bioeconomy across Yorkshire, Teesside and the Humber

The THYME project has awarded a total of £238,500 to six projects aimed at addressing challenges for the region’s bioeconomy. Key themes among the projects are: advanced biofuels, the creation of value from industrial waste streams and the production of high-value products through fermentation. Each project features partners from two of the three THYME universities […]

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6th November 2019

Applications now open for the 3rd round of Proof of Concept funding

Staff at the THYME Universities can apply for up to 50K to fund proof of concept projects that address one of THYME’s three Grand Challenges areas for the regional bioeconomy.  Each project must involve a minimum of two of the THYME project universities and an industrial partner. The projects can be up to a maximum […]

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