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.
Through the THYME project, we are able to offer a unique, flexible space to hold events or meetings at our newly developed Bioeconomy Outreach Centre. The centre includes an innovative exhibition of everyday products made from renewable materials which aims to inspire companies and provide an educational learning space for school groups and teachers.
BioVale project Agrimax wins two awards
The Agrimax project has won not one but two awards at the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) Stakeholder Forum which took place in Brussels this week (3rd and 4th December
Find us at the IBioIC 2020 conference
5th–6th February | Technology & Innovation Centre
IBioIC's 6th Annual Conference will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, on 5th and 6th February 2020. We are pleased to announce that our CEO Sarah Hickingbottom will be chairing the session: