BioVale has catalysed >£6m in competitive research and innovation investments and important national and international stakeholders are actively looking for opportunities to collaborate with BioVale and its stakeholders. Current activity includes
A proposal for €3m to Horizon 2020 on ‘Unlocking the potential of urban organic waste’ will be submitted 15 March 2016. Led from Norway, this involves one Dutch, one Austrian and three Scandinavian, clusters.
We are exporting a range of opportunities for stakeholders in our cluster under the recent call from the biobased industries initiative which offers around €200m in research and innovation funding
We are awaiting the outcome of two H2020 proposals to the Biobased Industries Initiative: BEST, which is focused on elastomers, and AGrimax, which is focused on agricultural waste and a third, Bioregions, aimed at developing bio-based stakeholder platforms
The EmbarC Horizon 2020 proposal to support to SMEs across Europe in development of new industrial supply chains was unsuccessful.