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AMIBM spint 'garens' van natuurlijke oorsprong : wet spinning line [Internetpagina]
Bragt, K. van \ 2017
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Bibliotheek Wageningen University & Research \ Bron: Agro & chemie : ondernemen in de biobased economy 1: 16 - 17
Begin december 2016 opende AMIBM de deuren van haar gerenoveerde pand voor het grote publiek. Eén van AMIBM’s pronkstukken is de Wet Spinning Line, waarmee biobased vezels worden vervaardigd voor biomedische toepassingen. Voor Prof. dr. Stefan Jocken...
Circulaire mode [Internetpagina / Video]
2018
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Wageningen University & Research
De uitgebreide expertise over planten en voedsel waardeketens bij Wageningen University and Research en haar vele partners, wordt ingezet om de textiel sector duurzamer te maken. 80 miljard kledingstukken worden jaarlijks verkocht, wereldwijd. Dat is...
Tomatenvezel verrijkt papier [Internetpagina / Video]
2018
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Wageningen University & Research
Kasgroenten leveren een systematische afvalstroom op: door het verwijderen van blad dat schaduw geeft; door het seizoensmatig vervangen van de planten; en oogst die verloren gaat. Wageningen University and Research heeft samen met Schut Papier B.V. g...
Enzymatic Synthesis of Biobased Polyesters and Polyamides [Internetpagina]
Jiang, Y. \ Loos, K. \ 2018
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Bibliotheek Wageningen University & Research \ Bron: Polymers / Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI) 8 7: 1 - 53
Nowadays, “green” is a hot topic almost everywhere, from retailers to universities to industries; and achieving a green status has become a universal aim. However, polymers are commonly considered not to be “green”, being associated with massive ener...
Production and 3D printing processing of bio-based thermoplastic filament [Internetpagina]
Gkartzou, E. \ Koumoulos, E.P. \ Charitidis, C.A. \ 2017
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Bibliotheek Wageningen University & Research \ Bron: Manufacturing review 4 1: 1 - 14
In this work, an extrusion-based 3D printing technique was employed for processing of biobased blends of Poly(Lactic Acid) (PLA) with low-cost kraft lignin. In Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printing process, ob- jects are built in a layer-by-la...
A Review on Grafting of Biofibers for Biocomposites [Internetpagina]
Wei, L. \ McDonald, A.G. \ 2016
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Bibliotheek Wageningen University & Research \ Bron: Materials 9 4: 1 - 23
A recent increase in the use of biofibers as low-cost and renewable reinforcement for the polymer biocomposites has been seen globally. Biofibers are classified into: lignocellulosic fibers (i.e., cellulose, wood and natural fibers), nanocellulose (i...
Current situation and trends of the bio-based industries in Europe with a focus on bio-based materials : pilot study for BBI JU [PDF]
Dammer, Lara \ Carus, Michael \ Iffland, Kaerstin \ Piotrowski, Stephan \ Sarmento, Luis \ Chinthapalli, Raj \ Raschka, Achim \ 2017
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: nova-Institute
The “Study on current situation and trends of the bio-based economy in Europe” carried out a meta review of the existing research on different topics and sub-topics relevant to the bio-based economy. The final objective of this exercise was to enable...
Biomass supply and demand for a sustainable bioeconomy : exploring assumptions behind estimates : report of the workshop held on 23 February 2017 [PDF]
2017
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: European Union
Bioeconomy ERA-NET Actions : European Research Area Networks of the 6th and 7th Framework Programmes [PDF]
2014
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: European Union
More than 90% of the EU publicly funded research is conducted at national or regional level. The ERANET scheme has been developed by the European Commission to overcome the fragmentation and duplication of research efforts. Operating within the Commi...
BBI JU Walking exhibition | Bratislava Bioeconomy Conference 2016 [Internetpagina / Video]
2016
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking
The Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking is a catalyst for realising the potential of the European bioeconomy. It helps to develop innovative technologies to transform natural materials into greener everyday products.
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