Bioeconomy Ventures Pitch Event, 9th June 2022, York.

Thursday 9th June 2022, 1pm at the Principal Hotel, York. An opportunity for bio-based entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas to investors to gain valuable insights and form new business relationships. This is an opportunity to: Present to specialist investors with an interest in investing in this sector Raise the profile of your business to […]

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Successes and opportunities for the bioeconomy, 9th June, York

Thursday 9th June, 10.15am- 3.15pm, The Principal Hotel, York Join staff and researchers from the universities of York, Teesside and Hull as well as industry, funders and investors to hear about the latest bio-based business support and investment opportunities that are available to kick start or progress your ideas. The event will include a pitchfest […]

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Hemp Happening!

STEM Centre, York, 6th April 2021, 10:00 – 16:30 The first in a new series of events on non-food crops, Hemp Happening! will address issues around growing and using Industrial Hemp. Demand for Hemp fibre and shiv is growing with increasing interest in the use of sustainable natural fibres to support the transition to the […]

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4th January 2022

THYME in Numbers

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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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