Straw, an excellent construction material

Kipster, a new chapter in sustainable chicken farming

Dandelion rubber tyre developed by KeyGene, WUR and Vredestein

First generation bioethanol deserves revaluation, says nova-Institute

Bio-waste valorisation

Chitosan, a sleeping giant waiting to be woken

Biobased building blocks: an update

Cyrene, a biosolvent, to end the use of toxic solvents

Paptic, not a plastic, rather a novel kind of paper

Bio-Lutions wins Bio-Based Material of the Year 2017 Innovation Award

Whole crop valorisation

Green PAC, motor of the biobased economy

Bioplastics: disruptive shift to come

Purification of bio-based chemicals on an industrial scale

SynBio is gearing up

Biobased means thinking in short cycles

Sustainable materials need certification and lobbies

Thermocatalytic reforming makes most of biomass

Sustainable construction is organising horizontally

Biobased materials and chemicals driven by performance

A rich harvest on genetic technology

Vertical farming

PHA business case still shaky

PHA: promising, versatile, biodegradable

Micronutrients, small but essential

Biobased MEG directly from sugars, a new step in green chemistry

Gas fermentation: another promising biobased technology

Fibres of the future 2: cellulosic fibres from wood

Biobased chemicals will develop beyond the obvious

Fibres of the future (1): cotton and its limits

Synbra and BioBTX win bio-based innovation awards 2016

Sustainable Timber Tower on the Rise

Bamboo, a promising feedstock

Avantium: investment climate in Europe has much improved

Waste is the most important biobased resource; but legal barriers abound

Reverdia moves away from drop-ins

WWF: do not use wood just for energy

The case for new biobased platform chemicals

New biobased materials will carry the breakthrough for the biobased economy

New study reports that in Europe, biodegradable plastics growth is in the bag

Neol Bio: waste to green chemicals

New Plastics Economy: circular, not yet biobased

Biorenewables key to reduce CO2 emissions, says macroeconomic study

Cellulosic ethanol: feedstock costs predominant, sugar cane cheapest

Catalysis, the key to the future

More biobased plastics for bottles: DuPont announces PTF

Commercializing biobased products

BioAmber and Reverdia agreement: strengthening the biobased economy

Algae: researchers move away from energy

Natural fibre composites: a natural look and feel, and sustainable

Biobased industry review 2015

Photanol prepares itself for the market

Isosorbide, a biobased molecule with a bright future

Better biomass utilisation in the biobased economy

Another biobased dicarboxylic acid moves toward commercial production, by Verdezyne

Biobased economy: slow but steady

3BI – Brokering Bio-Based Innovation

More guts needed for the bioeconomy

Microplastics in personal care products: the tip of the iceberg

Transnatural Design artfully experiments with nature

Welcome to the age of CRISPR

Towards precision agriculture with less environmental impact

Nature as an inventor

Hemp tea

Multiple use of biomass

Hemp, a very versatile crop

Avantium and Photanol are doing well

Preservation of chemical complexity in green chemistry

Green chemistry: towards an integration of agriculture and chemical industry

A discovery that could lead to sustainable electronics

Green chemistry: nature as our teacher

Bioeconomy: much more employment in biobased chemicals than in biofuels

How do biofuel developers survive when oil is cheap?

Still a one-sided emphasis on the energetic use of biomass

Bioplastics are the future

Biodegradable or biobased: an on-going debate

Mother Earth Day: let us protect healthy soils

Levulinic acid, the next green chemical building block

TKI BBE presents research agenda

Oil-producing algae clean up waste water

Can products from synthetic biology be sustainable?

Synthetic food?

Synthetic biology in cheese and saffron production

Synthetic biology in food production

New protein sources will fill the gap

Myco Design Lab: art meets industry in mycelium

Now is the moment for a carbon tax, says Paul Ekins

Green chemistry: it is about the oxygen

Mycelium, the ultimate green material

Connecting Industries, a nice book but with limitations

Wood biorefinery has an enormous potential

Marine biotechnology: major opportunities, many obstacles