14.06.2022 S3FOOD drives smart innovation to cut the energy costs of small and medium-sized food companies in the EU.
14.06.2022 BIO4Africa lines up bio-based technologies for circular agri-food systems.
13.06.2022 Climate change is having an increasing effect on food production. Flooding of farmland near the sea is becoming more frequent and, in many places, groundwater is becoming more saline, which affects soil quality.
13.06.2022 Access to venture capital and the right skills are a necessity to scale innovative start-ups. However, many start-ups in the bioeconomy sector find that raising the necessary capital can be a challenge.
11.05.2022 A new, ambitious incubator program helps food and bio startups scale – even when the founder does not have 15 years of industry experience
25.02.2022 The European Project P2P finBIO ran its third workshop on 18 March 2022 in the city of Lille, France where partners met to share and exchange knowledge and best practices for bringing value to our members and stakeholders with a special focus on the right mix between public and private funding for startups and SME’s.
15.02.2022 The EU-funded WaSeaBi project, with Danish participation from Food & Bio Cluster Denmark, DTU, Royal Greenland and Jeka Fish, is developing techniques to ensure that a larger portion of the fish ends up on your plate rather than being wasted or turned into animal feed. The project has now been running for more than two and a half years and has delivered many interesting results.
14.02.2022 Every year, up to a third of our food production ends up as food loss and waste. Ineffective storage, transportation and harvesting or outright food waste at retail and consumer levels are just some of the explanations. The EU wants to tackle this problem and aims to cut food waste by 50 % by 2030 and approach zero waste by 2050. Food & Bio Cluster Denmark is part of the EU project ZeroW, which addresses the problem with innovative technological solutions and concrete recommendations for new legislation.
07.09.2021 BIO4AFRICA aims to support the deployment of the bioeconomy in rural Africa via the development of bio-based solutions and circular value chains to help adjust to rapidly growing populations.