BIC welcomes 25 new members

05 November 2014

On 29 October 2014, BIC’s General Assembly has approved 25 new members, further reinforcing the pan-European pool of expertise from industries, research organisations, banks, and other stakeholders committed to deploying the bioeconomy in Europe through the BBI.

New (Full) industrial members (7)

  • Alkol Biotech (SME, Spain)
  • BioVale (SME Cluster, UK)
  • BuggyPower (SME, Portugual)
  • CBB Capbiotek (SME Cluster, France)
  • DuPont (Large company, USA/Belgium)
  • mi-plast (SME, Croatia)
  • Monoghan Mushrooms Group (Large Company, Ireland)

New Associate members (18)

  • AFBI – Agri-Food & Biosciences Institute (RTO, UK)
  • Atlanpole (Public institution, France)
  • Center for Biosustainability, Technical University of Denmark (University, Denmark)
  • CEPF – Confederation of European Forest Owners (European Association, Belgium)
  • Chalmers University of Technology (University, Sweden)
  • CIRAD – Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (RTO, France)
  • CNRS – National Centre for Scientific Research (RTO, France)
  • DWI Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials (University, Germany)
  • Institute of Technology FCBA (RTO, France)
  • Laborelec (RTO, Belgium)
  • Northern Research Institute Narvik (RTO, Norway)
  • Rabobank (Cooperative Bank, Netherlands)
  • Starch Europe (European Industry Association, Belgium)
  • TCBB – Technology Center for Biorefining & Bioenergy (Association/Tech Platform, Ireland)
  • Terra Humana Clean Technology Development, Engineering and Manufacturing (RTO/Tech Platform, Hungary)
  • Thünen Institute (RTO, Germany)
  • UPV-EHU – Universidad del País Vasco (University, Spain)
  • Universidad de Cadiz (University, Spain)

BIC is now counting more than 200 members with interest and/or expertise in bio-based, and is still growing. If you are also interested in realising the bio-based industries vision, join us!