Record nummer 1929406
Titel Be-Basic : bio-based, ecologically balanced sustainable industrial chemistry
Auteur(s) BE-Basic
Uitgever [S.l.] : BE-Basic
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Online full text
Trefwoorden (cab) biobased economy / bio-energie / chemie op basis van biologische grondstoffen / onderzoek / innovaties / landbouwindustrie / publiek-private samenwerking / sociale factoren / onderzoeksprojecten / Nederland
Rubrieken Non-food producten (algemeen) / Bio-energie
Publicatie type Website
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) BE-Basic supports the development of clean, robust and competitive biobased chemicals, materials and energy industries, including responsible monitoring and control of healthy soil and water environments, on the basis of advanced genomics technologies and bioprocess engineering. BE-Basic unifies the capabilities of Dutch and international worldclass universities, institutes and advanced industries of various scales. BE-Basic projects the development and operation of a unique Open Innovation, Multi Purpose Bioprocess Pilot Facility infrastructure available for partner organisation for development, testing, demonstration, training purposes, with a well trained crew and management, working at industry standards. BE-Basic cares about responsible development of a biobased economy, and has a dedicated socio-economic program that combines macro-economic and ecological insights with satellite-radar based monitoring of biomass state, yield, and sustainability.
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