BioBIGG strengthens SME innovation capacities in the bioeconomy through cross-border knowledge transfer, consulting and interdisciplinary networking. In doing so, bioeconomic processes, products and services are established in the Program Area and this industry is established in the region.
BioBIGG aims at mobilising the potential for innovation in the material or energetic use of renewable raw materials (NaWaRo) and thus follows the fundament of the bioeconomy as well as the strategies of the EU and the German Federal Government.
The project focuses on biogenic residues and coupling products as well as the products from cascade utilisation, which have great potential in the South-Baltic region. Materials of these value chains can be transformed into a variety of innovative foods, non-food products and energy.
Through cross-border interaction with SMEs and other stakeholders, the project will identify and further develop new insights and concrete solutions for new products, processes and business opportunities. The results will be implemented in pilot projects and investments. In addition, a transnational bioeconomy network will further expand cooperation.
The 3 year project started at 31 July 2017.
Roskilde University, SP Agrifood and Bioscience, Gdańsk University of Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, University of Greifswald
FNR contact person: Moritz Westkämper