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Green Basilisk self-healing concrete receives VC investment

Green Basilisk, the TU Delft spin-out, supported by BE-Basic, offering self-healing concrete solutions, has closed a seed investment from SHIFT Invest, an impact investment fund based in the Netherlands.

Concrete which repairs itself when cracks appear was first developed in 2009 by Delft University of Technology’s Henk Jonkers and a team of partners. The self-healing concrete is based on bacteria which produce calcite when fed and activated. Calcite, a natural cement, then repairs the cracks,...

SANergya announced as winner of the G-BiB competition at BBEST 2017!

The jury selected the Brazilian team from Taubaté with their SANergya proposal as the winner of the G-BiB competition. The overall final of the first annual Global Biobased Business competition (G-BiB), an initiative of the BioInnovation Growth mega-Cluster (BIG-Cluster), took place yesterday at the 3rd Brazilian BioEnergy Science and Technology (BBEST) Congress in Campos do Jordão, Brazil. The competition aimed to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation. The challenge for all the teams was...

Finals G-BiB competition at BBEST 2017

The finals of the first annual Global Biobased Business competition (G-BiB), an initiative of the BioInnovation Growth mega-Cluster (BIG-Cluster), will be held on Wednesday 18 of October during the 3rd Brazilian BioEnergy Science and Technology (BBEST) in Campos do Jordão, Brazil. 

N-Chroma from Wageningen University, SANergya from the University of Taubaté and Bicomer from the University of Bielefeld won the national finals of the first edition. They were chosen from a total of 14 teams,...

Continued success for the Holland Biotech Pavilion at the BIO World Congress in Montreal

The BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in Montreal took place from the 23rd until the 26th of July 2017. The Netherlands was once again represented in the Holland Biotech Pavilion, which included 16 Dutch organisations and companies with a focus on biotechnology, biochemistry, energy, feedstock production, transport and logistics. The eye-catching pavilion was coordinated for the 5th time in a row by BE-Basic Foundation (requested by Topteam Chemie) as part of the Strategic...

Winners G-BiB competition announced!

N-Chroma from Wageningen University, SANergya from the University of Taubaté and Bicomer from the University of Bielefeld won the national finals of the first edition of the Global Biobased Business competition (G-BiB). They were chosen from a total of 12 teams, existing of Master and PhD students from the Netherlands, Germany and Brazil.

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