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Bio-Based World News

Bio-Based World News is your new dedicated guide to the latest news and essential business developments for bio-based chemicals and products. Launched in October 2015, we cover the projects, policies and personalities shape the future of bio-based industry and give you the intelligence and insight you need to succeed.


ASEBIO brings together companies, associations, foundations, universities, research and technology centers that carry out activities directly or indirectly related to biotechnology in Spain. In order to do this, ASEBIO works closely with regional, national and European governments as well as all the social organizations interested in using biotechnology to improve quality of life, the environment and generating skilled employment.


Bio-Based Industries Consortium

The Bio-based Industries Consortium is a Brussels-based non-profit international association that was established in 2012 to represent the private sector in the BBI. BIC is host to a unique mix of sectors that currently covers agriculture, agro-food, technology providers, forestry/pulp and paper, chemicals and energy.

Bioindustrial Innovation Canada

The focus of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) is to help Ontario and Canada become a globally recognized leader in taking sustainable feedstock, such as agricultural and forestry by-products and wastes, and turning these renewable resources into energy and value-added chemicals for use in applications ranging from construction to automotive parts.

Bio Deutschland

As the sector association of the biotechnology industry, BIO Deutschland has set itself the objective of supporting and promoting the development of an innovative economic sector based on modern biosciences. The Berlin-based association currently has 300 members.

Cheese, wine, beer and bread, but also cancer drugs, pregnancy tests, laundry detergents and jeans: all of these products contain biotechnology.


The world is changing dramatically, due to the rise and exponential growth of new technologies. No company or organization can ignore the consequences of this extensive digitization and computerization. Deloitte recognizes the issues in your industry and translates your future business challenges into creative and innovative solutions. Deloitte is a professional services firm with more than 225,000 professionals and offices in over 150 countries worldwide. With well over 5,600 employees and 16 offices in the Netherlands, Deloitte is one of the largest professional services firms in the field of accounting, tax, consulting, risk management, and financial advisory. Deloitte professionals work in multidisciplinary teams, ensuring a broad perspective on the issues your business is facing. Deloitte is a trustworthy and innovative partner, providing you with insights into the opportunities of your future business. If you would like more information about Deloitte or contact the Deloitte professionals to exchanges ideas, please visit Deloitte.nl.


European Bio-Plastics

European Bioplastics is the European association representing the interests of the industry along the entire bioplastics value chain. Its members produce, refine, and distribute bioplastics, i.e. plastics that are either bio-based, biodegradable, or both. More information is available on www.european-bioplastics.org.


BioVale is an initiative to build the Yorkshire and Humber region’s capability and reputation as an innovation cluster for the bioeconomy. Its activities include supporting and promoting: networking and dialogue; research, development and demonstration; regional bio-based supply chains and inward investment and trade/export. BioVale is supported and steered by regional industry, research organisations, higher education and government.



Federchimica is the National Federation of the Chemical Industry.
It was founded in 1916 as the National Association of Industrial Chemical-Pharmaceutical. Currently participating in Federchimica are 1,400+ companies with a total of almost 90,000 employees. Federchimica is part of Confindustria and, in Europe, of CEFIC , the European Chemical Industry Council and of ' ECEG (European Chemical Employers Group).



FlandersBio is the networking organisation and the engine for the life sciences driven network economy in Flanders (Belgium) – with currently more than 300 members. FlandersBio supports and facilitates the sector’s sustained development to ensure that it remains a strong driver of economic growth in the region. FlandersBio can assist you in finding your partner within the network of Flemish life sciences actors, e.g. life sciences companies, Venture Capitalists, research organizations, subsidy agencies, etc.

FlandersBio is together with VIB, FIT and IWT a proud member of the Flanders Welcome Team- Life Sciences. www.flanderslifescienceshotspot.be More info on www.flandersbio.be


‘HollandBIO is the Netherlands’ biotech industry organization. The Netherlands is home to a vibrant, dense biotechnology cluster of more than 1150 life science companies and research organizations, all operating within a 120-mile radius. HollandBIO connects, supports and represents many in this tight-knit community in order to promote economic growth, better health and greater sustainability.’



The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) based in Scotland, are specialists in the industrial biotechnology (IB) sector, with deep embedded knowledge and the technical expertise to help stimulate the growth and success of the IB industry by connecting the dots between industry, academia and government. Representing all four colours of IB, we facilitate collaborations and guide organisations from a concept or idea, through to industry adoption.

Find out more at: www.ibioic.com

Nova Institute

The nova-Institute was founded as a private and independent institute in 1994. It is located in the Chemiepark Knapsack in Huerth, which lies at the heart of the chemical industry around Cologne (Germany). For the last two decades, the nova-Institute has been globally active in feedstock supply, techno-economic evaluation, market research, dissemination, project management and policy for a sustainable bio-based economy.


reChem Labs was founded with the purpose of expanding research available on research compounds not quite yet understood. Due to the unreliability of the industry, we've felt it to be necessary to put forward a trustable website providing these research products. It's important to note that reChem Labs is not a pharmacy, and strictly forbids consumption of any of the products.


Sustainability Consult

Sustainability Consult is the leading bioeconomy communications agency, working with organisations to build their visibility and credibility.  We offer sustainability communications and policy communications across sectors. Based in Brussels and operating internationally, we also offer professional communications support to EU projects, including Horizon 2020.

The Association of the Dutch Chemical Industry (VNCI)

The Association of the Dutch Chemical Industry (VNCI) promotes the collective interests of the chemical industry in the Netherlands by means of consultations, information meetings and recommendations. The VNCI acts on behalf of the entire sector as a central contact point and undertakes activities that have a positive impact on the image of the chemical industry.


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