17th February 2020

Almost £1 million of funding secured for bioeconomy research

A project using waste from pea processing to clean water is one of seven projects which have just received funding from the THYME project to boost the region’s bioeconomy. These projects join 13 THYME projects already funded in 2019, bringing the total research funded by the project to almost £1 million. The University of York […]

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10th February 2020

Job oppoprtunity: Research Technician – THYME Projects

Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence has a fixed term technical position available to support two recently awarded THYME projects: · Production of Nano-celluloses and Nano-carbons of Spent Pea Biomass for Wastewater Treatment · STARVIT – Use of Damaged Starch for the Production of Mesoporous Carbons and Vitamin Encapsulation for Food Applications The postholder will work under […]

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27th January 2020

Darlington facility at heart of work to develop bioeconomy in Tees Valley

News article from the Northern Echo – 22nd January 2019 THE bioeconomy and efforts to foster better partnerships between researchers and businesses in the region was centre-stage at an event highlighting some of the collaborative approaches being taken. Almost a year after being opened, the National Horizons Centre, in Darlington, has been showcasing some of its […]

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