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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Staff from the THYME universities discuss how, as a result of the project, they have been able to work together to develop their skills and work with industrial collaborators to improve their processes. The THYME Project continues to further strengthen the internationally renowned bioeconomy research taking place at the three THYME partner universities and support […]
THYME project judges, Alice and Penny were pleased to announce that teams from Headlands School in Bridlington and Tauheedul Islam Boys’ High School from Blackburn were the winners of the Sustainability Prize at the University of York Big Deal 2020 competition. The Big Deal 2020 is a business and enterprise programme for Year 9 and […]
The Global Biobased Businessplan Competition (G-BiB) is a competition for students in the United Kingdom, Finland and Germany.The objective of G-BiB is to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation developing a bio-renewable chemical, material and/or fuel product. The G-BiB is an initiative of the BioInnovation Growth mega-Cluster (BIG-Cluster). Who The G-BiB is a competition open for teams […]
With the help of a THYME proof-of-concept grant, researchers at the University of Hull have published a scientific paper on new treatment methods to make biomass energy production cleaner and more energy efficient. The research found that treating biomass wastes with low-energy ultrasound helps to optimise their properties for energy production and cut down harmful […]
The THYME Project has developed some educational materials about the bioeconomy to keep primary and secondary-aged children entertained and educated while schools are shut. They can be done at home and include games, quizzes and more! Click here for further information.
The University of Hull is offering a full-time UK/EU/International PhD Scholarship for candidates applying for each of the three following projects. Closing date: Friday 6 March 2020 Studentships start: September 2020 Apply via: www.hull.ac.uk/phd Summary of Cluster The THYME project brings together the bioeconomy expertise of the Universities of Teesside, Hull and York, to find […]