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.
Yorkshire and the Humber’s reputation for innovation in the bioeconomy is growing. As a result, there are many fully-funded regional support opportunities bio-based businesses can access to develop their products and processes for innovative growth and commercialisation.
Job opportunity: THYME Project Bioeconomy Operations Director
The University of York is seeking a Project Manager for the Research England-funded THYME Project. The THYME Project is focused upon developing the bioeconomy across the Yorkshire, Humberside and
NEPIC International Bioresources Conference 2018
20th September | Radisson Blu Hotel, Durham
BioVale is supporting the NEPIC International Bioresources Conference on Thursday 20th September. Come along and discover the latest developments in Bioresources and the Circular Economy.