Around 700 delegates from all over the world are meeting in Reims, France during 30 September – 2 October this week for Europe’s most important conference in bioeconomy. 21 Norwegian and British companies and organizations have teamed up in an impressive common UK-Norway booth.
Karin Øyaas, Research manager at PFI, the Norwegian Paper and Fibre Research Institute says: “As a researcher, it is vital to meet and listen to what the industry has to say. With more than 50% of the industry present in Reims, EFIB plays an important role.
Together, UK and Norway are showcasing collaboration projects between the countries, competence and resources. Fresh from the press, visitors may also receive the “UK-Norway industrial Biotechnology and Biorefining Directory 2014”.
The Industrial Biotech Network in Norway, IBNN, brings together individuals and organizations from industry, academia and investor communities with a common focus on biotechnology, enabling new processes and products based on renewable feedstock. The following members or collaboration partners are exhibiting at the UK – Norway stand this week; BarentZymes, Bioprotein, Due Miljø, Norilia, MicroA, Nutrimar, Niri, PFI – Paper and Fibre Research Institute, SINTEF and Tunichor.
The UK-Norway booth at EFIB 2014, www.efibforum.com, is organized by Innovation Norway together with Innovate UK – Technology Strategy Board.
Welcome to download the UK-Norway industrial Biotechnology and Biorefining Directory 2014 here: http://issuu.com/benham/docs/1360_benham_print?e=1254996/9576190
More information about the Industrial Biotech Network Norway (IBNN) at www.indbiotech.no.
Tunichor – http://bergento.no/2013/04/tunicol-miljovennlig-og-fornybar-kilde-til-fiskefor-og-biodrivstoff/