Hosting the second General Assembly of the European Greenprotein project at our headquarters

 In Bionet News

We always feel excited to be part of the Bio-based Industries Consortium, where engaging with bio-projects that bring lab stories to the marketplace in which they can have a societal impact



An example of this is the GREENPROTEIN project, which was granted a 5.5M euro to industrialize the isolation and purification of RuBisCo, a protein derived from vegetable waste, and to commercialize its production.

BiONET’s role in this ambitious project is a crucial one: the scale-up of the process, from lab to industrial scale.

After a year of operation, BIONET feels very lucky to host the Second General Assembly of the project, where key achievements will be shared by all active members, who have travelled half Europe down to our headquarters in Spain.


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