BioVale promotes and develops the bioeconomy across Yorkshire and the Humber
The world is shifting away from fossil fuel dependency towards a bioeconomy which uses renewable, biological resources. BioVale promotes Yorkshire and the Humber as a thriving centre of successful innovation for the bioeconomy and helps regional enterprise profit from the valuable business opportunities in this high growth sector. Read more.
The University of York has been awarded £1.5m to support the growth of Yorkshire businesses that deliver innovative products, processes or services related to renewable, biological resources. There will also be funding through this programme to develop our cluster-building activities. Find out more.
HRH The Princess Royal participates in the launch of BioYork, a new bioeconomy initiative
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited the University of York on 15th February to participate in the launch of BioYork, a new bioeconomy initiative which includes BioVale.
THYME project: networking opportunities at York
28th March | The Biorenewables Development Centre
Come and join staff from the THYME project universities of Hull, Teesside and York to hear about the latest opportunities from the THYME project and build up your network of THYME