The German pharma company Merck is investing in the development of cultured meat by the Dutch start-up Mosa Meat.
Before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) decides on the regulation of genome-edited plants, environmental and industrial associations advocate their positions.
The Aquaponic startup ECF Farmsystem gained a new investor: Since June, a Swiss investor group holds shares of the Berlin-based company.
39 Nobel Laureates and 600 young scientists across 84 different nations come together this week for the prestigious Lindau meeting. This year’s focus: medicine and physiology.
Munich food chemists found that ingredients such as citric acid and 6-gingerol from ginger stimulate the molecular defences in human saliva.
Researcher at Munich’s TU have developed a bio-based and biodegradable crop protection agent based on CBT-ol, a chemical in the leaf of the tobacco plant.
UK-based Green Biologics and German Kreussler Inc. have developed a bio-based dry cleaning solvent made from corn.
The mega-merger of Bayer and Monsanto has overcome its last obstacle: The United States Department of Justice gave their conditional approval for the US$62.5 billion acquisition.
About 200 bioeconomy experts met in Cologne to discuss the newest developments regarding biomaterials.
Swedish researcher developed a new ultra-strong and bio-based material at Hamburgs DESY institute by transferring superior nanoscale mechanics to macroscopic fibres.
The start-up competition "PlanB- Biobased.Business.Bavaria" is entering its third round and is looking for innovative bioeconomy business-ideas.
Tobias Erb, scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, received the Otto Bayer Award for his achievements regarding artificial photosynthesis.
The European Investment Bank launches a new financing initiative that allocates €400 million to support developments and investments across the agriculture and bioeconomy sector.
The first day of the Global Bioeconomy Summit was jam-packed with interesting plenary lectures, constructive workshops, and an awards ceremony for the best bioeconomy visualisations.
Federal research minister Anja Karliczek officially opened the Global Bioeconomy Summit. 800 international experts from politics, industry, and science joined the 2-day event in Berlin.
Starting today, Berlin will be the major hub for 800 international bioeconomy experts: The 2nd GBS will start tonight with a reception at the Federal Ministry of Research and Education.
800 international experts will participate in the 2nd GBS in Berlin next week. Representatives from politics, science, and the business sector will discuss the future of bioeconomy.
Sporting goods manufacturer Puma and the MIT in Boston are developing smart and bio-based running shoes and a T-shirt that uses microbes to respond to environmental factors.
The Leibniz Institute DSMZ is the first collection of microorganisms in Europe that meets the requirements of the Nagoya Protocol. It eases the bureaucratic effort for researchers.
German researchers are developing a warning system for ecosystem changes. Infrared sensors show how imported plants change the landscape of dunes in Portugal.