posts sorted by: Agribusiness

A major loss of variety in food crops

Meat alternatives on the rise

Plant biostimulation, a new chapter in agriculture

Vegan leather for sustainable fashion

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

From solar panel monoculture to multiple land use

Mycelium as a construction material

Seafood from the lab – will consumers like it?

Processed banana leaves, an eco-friendly packaging solution

Pesticide resistance, a growing problem

Sustainable fish farms

Bio-bitumen for the roads of the future

When upcycling, reach for the moon

GreenTech 2019: new crops and technologies

Can we engineer life? 4.8 Plant gene technology, the photosynthesis boost

Biohydrogen: the next green alternative fuel

Young farmers and the lack of large-scale agricultural innovation projects

New vegetable oil sources for the European oleochemical industry

Kipster, a new chapter in sustainable chicken farming

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

Algae: researchers move away from energy

Breeders’ rights, patents and genetic modification

Isosorbide, a biobased molecule with a bright future

Hemp, a very versatile crop

Green chemistry: towards an integration of agriculture and chemical industry

Leon Mur: plant ingredients have much potential

Strong biobased supply chain will trigger the 21st century innovation wave, says Daan Dijk (Rabobank)

Ton Runneboom: major role for Europe in biobased chemical industry

BioProductProcessor comes to the farm

Sugar, Europe’s strength

Cooperatives essential for the biobased economy, says Yvon Le Henaff

Trend: green cosmetics

Valorise flower bulbs

Rob Baan (Koppert Cress): Horticulture should be more innovative

Joe Ross (Biorenewables Development Centre): businesses can work with us to start straight away

Innovations across the entire value pyramid of the biobased economy

Cooperative organisations are of major importance for the biobased economy

Veggiefiber: from side stream to premium product

Seaweed is becoming big business

Towards a greener orange

Sugar as a feedstock: competition in the market

‘Some day, the plant might be worth more than the tomato’

The battle of the burgers

Liquefied Bio Gas (LBG) in the polder

Seaweed, source of food, feed and chemicals

Cold recovery of potato proteins, a wonderful innovation

Ton Runneboom: industrial sugar might be a breakthrough for the biobased economy

Beyond food/fuel: let the chemical sector be a partner in the fight against hunger

Algae: continued high expectations

Stressed LED algae produce more oil

First European GM algae project

Biobased economy in the polder

Parents, let your children be operators in the bioeconomy

The entire potato

Agro-food industry and agriculture cooperate in minerals recycling

Cargill ships first sustainable rapeseed oil to Unilever

Cosun and the unbeatable beet

Annita Westenbroek: biorefinery is at the heart of the biobased economy

Lubbert Dijkhuizen, a man of many research projects

Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR)