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Biokits with Do-It-Yourself genetic engineering could involve a criminal act

Biobased economy strategy: through specialty chemicals and materials

Drop-ins lead the biobased economy astray

Brexit was not about the EU

GMO debate, nuclear power, and the concept of absolute evil

Gene technology: the same old story, once more

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

New Plastics Economy: circular, not yet biobased

Biorenewables key to reduce CO2 emissions, says macroeconomic study

Breeders’ rights, patents and genetic modification

Controversies on genetic modification, part 2: what’s wrong with Monsanto

No good complaining about European waste legislation

Stepwise changes, a ray of sunshine in the climate debate

More guts needed for the bioeconomy

Microplastics in personal care products: the tip of the iceberg

Genetic modification: widening gap between public perception and industrial reality

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

Waiting patiently (until the biobased economy has passed away)!?

TKI BBE presents research agenda

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

The silent miracles of energy efficiency

Green Deal, lubricant in the system

Naomi Klein: everyone will be affected

European Union biased on biobased

Peak gas

Innovation: the state bears the risk, companies reap the benefits

Innovations in green chemistry, will they ever come?

Why Europe undermines its own policies on second-generation biofuels, whereas the US moves fast forward

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 3: fossil fuels with CCS

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 2: The role of sun and wind

Sustainable energy, keeping the score. Part 1: The role of biomass

EFIB, now is the time!

Bioenergy as an obstacle to biobased chemicals

Correct decision, wrong arguments

A perverse effect of subsidies

Jan Noordegraaf (Synbra): government do your job, impose taxes!

Biofuels hardly competed with food production, so far

Volume of plastics waste in Europe must come down – but how?

Marc Verbruggen (Natureworks): ‘Europe has the sugar beet, the best crop for biopolymers, but does not use it.’

Green Deals open doors that would have remained closed

Biomass for industrial use: new criteria required

Vierhuizen, Sicco Mansholt’s native village

A more efficient food chain will result in lower soy imports

Demand-driven research? Nothing of the sort!

The quagmire of Dutch innovation policy

Solve the financial crisis, be straightforward

Shale gas is an opportunity, for Europe too

Innovation, will we ever see it coming

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

CAP revision: integrate the biobased economy

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

Call Roel

Jan Rotmans: much creativity in the transition towards the biobased economy

Wind power: lessons from an industrial past

Parents, let your children be operators in the bioeconomy

Certification is of the essence in the biobased economy

The biobased society in the Dutch coalition agreement

Innovative Dutch chemical industry in a Northwest-European cluster

Europe hesitates and lags behind

Green economy to overcome the crisis

It does not work

Long live Europe, trend 7: Europe was, is and will remain one of the most important producers of scientific knowledge in the world

Rein Willems, outgoing chairman of Dutch Topsector Chemistry

Lars Hansen (Novozymes): Europe should synchronize its policy and funding

The European Commission’s alcohol problem

Mark Bünger (Lux Research): as yet many questions, few answers in the biobased economy

Use biomass selectively, says Leopoldina report

Sustainability: more focus on opportunities, less on threats

Shale gas, a possible threat to green chemistry?

Top sector policy, a mission impossible?

Will there ever be a big BPM factory in Europe?

Cosun and the unbeatable beet

‘It’s the economy, stupid’

Regulation as a bottleneck