Sustainability in Cosmetics: Networking Event

The Bioeconomy Outreach Centre, 16 February 2022, 14:00-16:00 The UK Cosmetics Cluster and the BioVale Cluster are bringing together cosmetics brands and manufacturers with suppliers of innovative natural ingredients, biobased packaging and technology solutions at a dedicated, face-to face networking event. The aim is to forge new, more sustainable supply chains for the UK cosmetics […]

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The Future of Digestate Use on Farmland

Digestate from the AD process can be a useful biofertiliser. Regulations control its use to ensure it does not pollute our soil or release greenhouse gases into the air. This interactive workshop will be a chance to discover how changes to the policy and subsidy landscape are likely to impact on the use of digestate, […]

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Intellectual property workshop for bio-based companies and entrepreneurs

Join BioVale and Secerna for an interactive IP workshop for bio-based companies and entrepreneurs. The workshop will provide an introduction to intellectual property rights, a networking lunch and one-to-one mentoring from Secerna LLP. The workshop is free to attend and is aimed at entrepreneurs, early stage or more-established companies. The workshop will be held at […]

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30th November 2021

THYME Entrepreneurship Workshop: Confidence that Converts

Online training followed by one-to-one mentoring to give you the confidence to present your bioeconomy business idea and get ‘pitch ready’. About this event This training is available for staff and postgraduate students from the Universities of Hull, York and Teesside and for bio-based companies. Training for bio-based entrepreneurs to give them the tools to […]

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13th October 2021

COP26 UK Universities’ Climate Innovation Showcase

Two projects that have received funding from the THYME Project are featured in the COP26 UK Universities’ Climate Innovation Showcase. The showcase, curated by the COP26 Universities Network, exhibits innovative research aimed at tackling climate change that is happening in UK universities. Xuebin Ke from the University of Hull and his team have had their […]

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29th September 2021

The importance of small markets and producers to the Bioeconomy

In this short and uplifting documentary film, University of Hull researchers Dr Irene Sotiropolou and Professor Pauline Deutz explore concepts around the bioeconomy including why small markets and small-scale producers are important to the economy and wider society. Filmed by Astor Productions at Beverley Outdoor Market in the East Riding of Yorkshire and Bite the […]

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