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Published today! Issue #10 of Bio-Based World Quarterly.

Posted on Jun 28, 2018 4:37:00 PM

Bio-Based World Quarterly #10“Quite simply, it’s an obvious opportunity for Ireland to take. With our strong tradition of forestry, marine and in particular agri-food - which employs around 170,000 people in a sector worth €26 billion - we are perfectly placed to become a global leader.”

Welcome to the tenth issue of the Bio-Based World Quarterly, your dedicated guide to the latest news and essential business developments for bio-based chemicals, products and fuels and the brands that purchase, use and sell them.

The above quote is from Professor Orla Feely, Vice-President for Research, Innovation and Impact at University College Dublin, and the subject of our headliner interview. Professor Feely and her team are a great example of linking academia to entrepreneurship in a very real, results focussed way. This feature is part of a special feature on the growing bio-economy in Ireland, and we also feature stories about the work that Coillte, NUI Galway and Glanbia are doing in a fast emerging focus for our industry. But it’s not only Ireland, we also have features on SpecialChem’s digital focus, a look at the Awards winners from World Bio Markets 2018, financial advice from a leading investor, an interview with fast growing Swedish bio-plastics pioneers Trifilon and much more.

Download: Issue #10 of Bio-Based World Quarterly to read about:

  • Expert View: Invest-ability of the bio-economy.
  • Who are the winners of the 2018 Bio-Based World News Awards?
  • Project Focus: How the digitalisation of bio products is boosting market connection.
  • Headliner: Professor Orla Feely, Vice-President for Research, Innovation and Impact at University College Dublin.
  • Growing the Irish Forest bio-economy.
  • Project Focus: Converting dairy by-products into high value bio-based chemicals in Tipperary.
  • Biomethane on Ireland’s national gas grid for first time – a first for Ireland’s bio-economy.
  • How the ButaNexT project is helping realise the dream of cost-competitive biobutanol.
  • The Last Word with, Jeremiah Dutton, Head of Sales at Trifilon.

Thanks to all the contributors to issue #10. Issue #11 will be published week commencing September 24th 2018 (Deadline for content and adverts September 15th) if you’d like to feature or advertise contact the Editor Luke@BioBasedWorldNews.com or call +44 (0) 207 045 0946 to discuss how you can work with us. 

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Luke Upton
Luke is the editor and co-founder of Bio-Based World has edited this site since its launch and previously worked for b2b media companies across industries including energy, advertising and sport. His ...read more