BioBase4SME Showcase: Cascade Processes in Biorefining: a P2P Showcase

Glasgow, UK

20 October 2016

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Join us for this satellite workshop at EFIB 2016, organised by the Plants to Products (P2P) NIBB Network and supported by BioBase4SME (Interreg NWE), bringing together a range of experts to highlight the challenges and opportunities in delivering cascade processes, and showcasing some example projects which are delivering solutions.

Also on offer is the opportunity of a limited number of flash presentation slots to promote your skills and expertise to the audience. There will be time to network, try out some of the tools and resources available within the networks, particularly the P2P NIBB, and see how we can help you.

We are excited to offer you 50% off your EFIB 2016 Exhibition Only Ticket as part of your registration to this workshop - so make the most of your chance to access all the EFIB exhibition space facilities for just £42.50! Places are limited so don't delay - register today.

Draft Schedule

08:30      Registration

09:00      Welcome remarks: Professor David Leak, University of Bath and Co-Lead of Plants to   Products (P2P) Network

09:05      Introduction to the NIBB scheme: Colin Miles, Head of Strategy Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy, BBSRC

09:20      Introduction to P2P and current funding opportunities: Dr Kirstin Covington, P2P Network Manager, University of Bath

09:30      Challenges and opportunities in cascade processes: speaker from AkzoNobel

Case study showcases

10:00 Title TBC: David Randall, R & D Manager, Chemoxy Internation Ltd

10:10 Showcase example 2

10:20 BioBase4SME case study

10:30-11:00 Networking coffee break

11:00 Expert flash session

Hear from a selection of skilled experts who are interested in working on cross-disciplinary IB “cascade process” projects – find out how their expertise could drive your application.

11:30 Demos and networking

Take this time to hear about 3 tools which could give an edge to your projects and then have the opportunity to see demonstrations of the individual tools and ask your burning questions:
•Technoeconomic modelling tools
•Exploring BioBase4SME services
•Walk through the P2P facilities database

12:30 Networking lunch

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