The biotechnology market is global and this makes it essential to participate in international projects to bring about significant changes in the industry and in society that will make the most of biotechnology’s potential in fields like healthcare, food and energy, among others.
We are working to promote the bioeconomy in Europe and to make society aware of the value of bioproducts, which can provide solutions to important challenges like environmental sustainability and the ageing population.
In line with biotechnology’s commitment to the climate emergency, as part of 13 of the 17 SDG, AseBio is the national coordinator for the Pact and has more than 160 members working to find solutions to climate change.
AseBio took part in the Biovoices project, which aimed to create and develop a bioeconomics platform involving all the stakeholders in order to promote and facilitate market access for bioproducts.
AseBio took part in the Valorisation of Biorefinery By-Products project (Valor-Plus), under the Seventh framework programme of the European Community for research. The goal of this project was to develop biotechnology methods to turn biorefinery by-products into high value-added biological products. The project was carried out from 2013 to 2017.
Asebio has participated in the ECOBIOFOR - Ecopaint bio-based formulations project, which is part of the Capacities program of the VII Framework Program funded by the European Commission (FP7, SME-2013, GA: 605215). The project was developed between September 1, 2014 and November 2016, driven by a consortium of 11 entities.