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.
BioVale has formed a Special Interest Group (SIG) to serve those with an interest in anaerobic digestion (AD) in the Yorkshire and Humber area. join this group to connect to the region's thriving AD sector.
Two new national centres for agricultural innovation, led from Yorkshire
The Government is investing over £50 million in two new centres for agricultural innovation, which are headquartered in York at the National Agri-food Innovation Campus in Sand Hutton.