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New H2020 research project HyFlexFuel aims at producing drop-in fuels for e.g. aviation

2017.12.04 Scientists from Aarhus University, Department of Engineering and iNANO/Department of Chemistry are part of a new research and innovation action funded under the EU Horizon 2020 pillar Societal Challenges.

Two PhD positions available: Sustainable production of biomass


First PhD student employed with funding from CBIO

2017.09.19Raphael is the first PhD employed with funding from CBIO, and he started his work on September 1st 2017.

ECO-BIO 2018 4 - 7 March 2018

2017.09.19Deadline for abstract is postponed to 11 October. ECO-BIO 2018 will bring together representatives from both academia and industry to highlight progress and recent developments and the necessary steps to make the biobased economy a reality.

CBIO-researchers appointed to sit on the National Bioeconomy Panel

2017.08.14Senior scientist and head of Centre for Circular Bioeconomy Uffe Jørgensen and asscociate professor Ib Johannsen are appointed by the Minister of Environment and Food of Denmark Esben Lunde Larsen to sit on the National Bioeconomy Panel.

Centre for Circular Bioeconomy inaugurated at Aarhus University

2017.05.22The world is facing a number of global grand challenges, particularly regarding the establishment of a new biobased economy that can take over from fossil energy. Bioeconomy is attracting considerable international attention, and is a strategic priority for the EU. On this basis, Science and Technology is now opening the Centre for Circular Bioeconomy at Aarhus University. It is a research strategy with international impact, and the venture aims to ensure interdisciplinary research and the development of bioeconomical production systems and recycling concepts.

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