Ghent University to launch new biobased business platform

Ghent University will soon launch the new End-of-Waste Business Development Unit which aims at setting up an academic-industrial collaborations in the field of reprocessing organic-biological bypass flows into valuable chemicals, energy, materials and products which can be re-used in a range of sectors.

The platform will bring together a multidisciplinary consortium of 32 driven professors and their departments in order to provide a strong synergetic effect on concept developments and realisations and result in commercialization initiatives at Ghent University.

The End-of-Waste Business Development Unit will work in synergy with the BioRefine Cluster Europe, a development oriented cluster of European and national projects which focuses renewable resources and resource recovery from biobased wastestreams.

Further information about the platform can be found here.