SuperBIO is an innovation project supported through the EU Horizon2020 funding programme. The €3.8 million project supports the development of promising industrial value chains in the bioeconomy. It therefore engages with the EU bio-based business community. The project provides 10 different types of innovation services to third party SMEs which are funded by the project for 75%. As such, it brings these value chains closer to reality. The SuperBIO consortium includes four industrial cluster organisations, and six service providers including NNFCC.
Seville University, Seville, Spain, 12th of September
SuperBIO workshop: Valorization of Residues from Intensive Horticulture
The 1st Thematic SuperBIO Workshop”, titled “Valorization of Residues from Intensive Horticulture: A Business Opportunity for Bio-Based Industries” takes place in Seville (Spain) the 12th of September 2016 from 15h30 to 18h. The workshop offers the opportunity to inform you on the opportunities of the SuperBIO project for SMEs, and the potential of horticultural residues in the bio-based economy. The workshop is organized the day before the SUSCHEM brokerage event in Seville. Participation for both events is free of charge.
Brussels Expo, Brussels, Belgium, 22nd of September
SuperBIO workshop: Innovation in packaging through bio-based solutions
SuperBIO organizes a workshop on bio-based packaging in conjunction with the Empack Trade Fair. This workshop consists of a seminar with 11 presentations (Novamont (IT), TetraPack (BE), Oerlemans Plastics (NL), Sidaplax (BE), OWS (BE), among others) and a debate, and a bio-based plazafor thematic networking purposes and B2B meetings with SuperBIO partners and bio-based companies. Access to the trade fair and the bio-based plaza is free of charge.
nova-Institut, Hürth (Cologne), Germany, 27th September
SuperBIO workshop: Briefing event
This workshop will give information on the SuperBIO project and provide assistance on funding requests to prospective applicants.
Lodz Technical University, Lodz, Poland, 5th of October
SuperBIO workshop: Bio-based materials
This workshop will give an overview of current developments in the field of bio-based materials with an emphasis on Polish case studies that show the variety of application sectors in which biomaterials can be important. It also hosts a networking session and B2B meetings with SuperBIO partners and service providers. More information and registration form can be found here. Register by clicking here. This workshop is organized the day before the EU Bioeconomy Congress in Lodz, Poland.