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Valorisation of gaseous side streams from bio-based operations into chemical building blocks

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Exhaust gases from bio-based operations (containing mainly CO2) can serve as feedstock for different types of processing into valuable products. Integrating Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) technologies within bio-based processes could minimise process efficiency ...

Flag(s): Sustainable innovation Chemical engineering Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using Applied and industrial chemistry Environmental engineering

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Innovative technologies for the pre-treatment and separation of lignocellulosic feedstock and complex composition streams into valuable fractions while maintaining key characteristics

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Pre-treatment of biomass is a key step in implementing an economically viable biorefinery. The conventional methods of biomass pre-treatment mainly apply harsh conditions, consume much energy, require significant capital investments and generate inhibitors to ...

Flag(s): Chemical process engineering Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using Applied and industrial chemistry Chemical engineering (plants, products)

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Exploiting extremophiles and extremozymes to broaden the processing conditions to convert biomass into high-value building blocks

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Extremophilic microorganisms can survive and perform under extreme conditions of temperature (thermophiles and psychrophiles), pressure (barophiles), pH (acidophiles, alkalophiles), salinity (halophiles) or a combination of these (complex extremo­philes). The ...

Flag(s): Applied and industrial chemistry Industrial bioengineering Microbiology Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using Enzymology Bioprocessing technologies (industrial processes r

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Proteins and other bioactive ingredients from side streams and residues

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Proteins and bioactive compounds, such as carotenoids, polyphenols, lipid compounds and prebiotics, have extensive use as ingredients and additives in the food, feed, flavouring, fragrance, cosmetics, chemicals, textile, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries. ...

Flag(s): Waste biotreatment Applied biotechnology (non-medical), bioreactors, Feed products Industrial bioengineering Food sciences Agricultural biotechnology and food biotechnology Bioprocessing technologies (industrial processes r Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Novel bio-based chemical precursors to improve the performance of mass consumption products

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Cost considerations are to date the prime hindrance to market penetration of bio-based chemical products. The maturity of the petrochemical industry makes purely cost-based competition unrealistic for most bio-based alternatives. Moreover, even the availability ...

Flag(s): Applied and industrial chemistry Sustainable innovation Market development New business opportunities Biochemical research methods Synthetic Organic chemistry Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Competitive biodegradable, compostable and/or recyclable bio-based plastics for a sustainable end-of-life phase

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Plastics are an essential part of modern society, with applications in almost every product range. Currently only a small part of the plastics produced are bio-based, as bio-based polymers usually bear a higher cost than the competing fossil-based alternatives. ...

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Novel secondary bio-based chemicals without significant fossil-based counterparts but with high application potential

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Products derived from petrochemical feedstock have extensive downstream production routes, developed markets and an efficient infrastructure. Therefore, making the ‘same’ chemicals from biomass and ‘blending’ them into these existing value chains (known as ‘drop-in’ ...

Flag(s): Market development Biochemical research methods New business opportunities Sustainable innovation Synthetic Organic chemistry Applied and industrial chemistry Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Establish cooperation and partnership with brand owners and consumer representatives to improve the market access of sustainable bio-based products

Topic Description Specific Challenge:The implementation of bioeconomy solutions and related value chains on large scale depends heavily on the market acceptance of bio-based products. The fact that the price of bio-based products generally tends to be higher than the relevant fossil-based counterparts ...

Flag(s): New business opportunities Market development Applied biotechnology (non-medical), bioreactors, Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using Sustainable innovation Brand positioning

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Identify opportunities for ICT to increase the efficiency of biomass supply chains for the bio-based industry

Topic Description Specific Challenge:The implementation of bio-based value chains on large scale, fed by a diversified feedstock portfolio, requires effective supply chains able to reduce biomass losses, limit costs and enhance the overall sustainability of the value chains. Biomass suppliers and ...

Flag(s): Supply chain management Biophysics Scientific computing, simulation and modelling too Computer sciences, information science and bioinfo Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017

Valorisation of liquid and solid side streams from bio-based operations into high added-value products to create new feedstock for bio-based products

Topic Description Specific Challenge:Fully developed and sustainable biorefineries at an industrial scale require optimal valorisation of side streams generated during the different process steps. However, current practice is to divert these streams to low-value applications such as energy and fuels. ...

Flag(s): Bioprocessing technologies (industrial processes r Bioproducts (products that are manufactured using Materials engineering (biomaterials, metals, ceram Chemical process engineering Technology development Market development Applied and industrial chemistry Sustainable innovation Applied biotechnology (non-medical), bioreactors,

Source: H2020
Call: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Deadline: 07.09.2017