The disruption of the cow

RethinkX: the essentials

Bt eggplant project in Bangladesh revisited

The power of subtlety

CO2 utilization, a growth sector

Chemicals and materials industry needs to innovate

Closing the plastic loop

Antibiotics resistance, and how to overcome it

The solutions are here!

Battery recycling: we need to step it up

Food loss and waste to be reduced by better management and new technologies

From solar panel monoculture to multiple land use

Biomedicines are coming

New superpowers in the pharmaceutical industry?

Has big pharma lost track?

Manifesto ‘Waltzing with Nature’

Directed evolution: a Nobel prize winning innovation

Seafood from the lab – will consumers like it?

Plastic recycling: many technologies available, no winner, says Lux Research

New antibiotics – their development stagnates. Why?

CRISPR to the rescue as bacteria develop antibiotics resistance

Chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste

Can we engineer life? 5.1a Animal gene technology, AquAdvantage GM salmon: the gene construct

Indoor farming: good and affordable vegetables for cities

Can we engineer life? 4.7 Plant gene technology, cisgenesis

CCU, Carbon Capture and Utilization, even better than biomass as a feedstock

MaterialDistrict Rotterdam 2019: imaginative new materials

Can we engineer life? 4.6 Golden rice

Rob Baan (Koppert Cress): vegetables are healthy, but we’re not allowed to claim so

Can we engineer life? 4.5 Novel plant breeding techniques

Can we engineer life? 4.4 Plant gene technology, modern techniques

Can we engineer life? 4.2 Plant gene technology: Bt aubergines

Can we engineer life? 3.1 Transition is unavoidable

Can we engineer life? 2.3 Precision modification of the genome

Innovative solutions for small farmers and organic farming

Can we engineer life? 2.2 Development of recombinant-DNA technology

Energy saving materials inspired by lizard skins and bark bugs

Can we engineer life? 2.1 From evolution to revolution

Can we engineer life? 1 Gene technology is the key

Less input, more output and lower footprint through precision farming and digitalisation

Recycling end-of-life tyres

Innovative materials: designers often better understand their value

Bio concrete and other construction materials from local resources

New materials as a source of inspiration for the fashion industry

Self-healing concrete in full development

Innovative concrete: we need it badly, it’s there, we don’t use it

Genetically modified food

The role of chemistry in the reduction of plastic waste

Smart grids: the power of the small scale

Kipster, a new chapter in sustainable chicken farming

Biobased building blocks: an update

Innovation is ‘Chefsache’

We proudly present… More with Less

Nanocomposites, precision materials

Precision horticulture: what the consumer wants

Precision, the hallmark of a new era

Energy storage, its role in the transition

SynBio is gearing up

A rich harvest on genetic technology

Vertical farming

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

Gas fermentation: another promising biobased technology

Eva Gladek: Metabolic puts innovation in biobased and sustainability to practice

We need genetic engineering

Catalysis, the key to the future

Cleantech has much more economic potential than just low CO2 energy technologies

Photanol prepares itself for the market

Breeders’ rights, patents and genetic modification

Isosorbide, a biobased molecule with a bright future

Biobased polymers too have long lead times, says Jan Ravenstijn

3BI – Brokering Bio-Based Innovation

Controversies on genetic modification, part 1: why to support it

Transnatural Design artfully experiments with nature

Welcome to the age of CRISPR

Genetic modification: widening gap between public perception and industrial reality

Towards precision agriculture with less environmental impact

Nature as an inventor

The shelf life of green chemistry

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

Genetic modification of human embryos?

TKI BBE presents research agenda

Oil-producing algae clean up waste water

Biotechnologically produced food: positioning and profit margin

Synthetic biology: health, fashion and ethics

Synthetic food?

Synthetic biology in cheese and saffron production

Synthetic biology in food production

New protein sources will fill the gap