Italian industrial biotech company Bio-on has signed a new multi-license contract worth 55 million euro with a major multinational company and leader in its sector. The goal of Bio-on's new client, whose name was not revealed, is within the next 3 years to replace conventional plastic with biodegradable biopolymers made from agro-industrial waste using Bio-on's

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Green Biologics started commercial shipments of bio-based n-butanol and acetone from its manufacturing facility in Little Falls, Minnesota. The company has a wholly owned U.S. operating company,

Pannonia Ethanol, a company which is part of Ethanol Europe Renewables Limited and is located in Dunaföldvár, Tolna County, Hungary, has successfully completed a Euro 135 million

NexSteppe, a Californian company dedicated to pioneering the next generation of sustainable feedstock solutions for the biobased industries, entered into an agreement with Longping Hi-Tech Arable Land

Novozymes, the Danish biotech giant which is market leader with a 48% share of the market for industrial enzymes, launches Fermax, an enzyme protease that prevents foam

An innovative infrastructure solution to reduce costs for wastewater treatment. This is the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR), the breakthrough technology developed by OxyMem, an University College

The bioeconomy is part of our life. The BioBased Industries Joint Undertaking presented last Monday in Bratislava the potential for the bio-based industries in a range of everyday bio-based