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|Start date: January 2014
End date: December 2017
The overall objective of Bio-QED project is to describe how promising research results for two important bio-based chemical building blocks, 1,4 butanedol and itaconic acid, will be guided through the notorious “Innovation Valley of Death” to the level of large scale industrial demonstrations.
RINA will contribute to the development of specific standards and certification schemes that can aid in boosting market uptake of the developed new bio-based products.
BIO-QED receives funding from the European Community's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No FP7-613941.
The Bio-QED consortium wants to support the Bioeconomy Strategy by taking a frontrunner position
guiding promising research results for these two demonstrations, which have a number of synergetic effects.
BIO-QED want to prove that: