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Bio Market Insights Quarterly Issue #18 is now published!

“Before COVID-19 forced us to stop, changes towards implementing sustainable practices were perceived as too disruptive and not compatible with the short-term vision of sustained economic growth. The current pandemic crisis has opened a debate about what is most important to preserve in the long-term.”

Welcome to Bio Market Insights Quarterly Issue #18 your dedicated global guide to the latest news, developments, products and personalities driving the production of bio-based and sustainable chemicals, materials and products and the brands that purchase, use and sell them. We also feature the growing role of the circular economy, and the innovations and benefits that synthetic biology is delivering to the emerging bio-economy.

The quote above is from our opening feature, an opinion piece on industrial biotech in the post COVID-19 world. Whilst this is no ‘Coronavirus Special’, the impact of the pandemic does permeate our edition, and looking beyond the enormous human cost, and the forthcoming financial challenges, we do see opportunities in a world that is looking to do things differently from now on. Bio Market Insights Quarterly Issue #18 is now published, so fill in the form below to read the edition.

Bio Market Insights Quarterly Issue #18 includes these features

  • Industrial Biotech and the post-COVID-19 world
  • Adidas and Allbirds form rare industry alliance in quest for shoe with zero carbon footprint.
  • The inside track on EnginZyme, the Swedish pioneers cutting through the complexity and sharpening commercialisation in synbio.
  • LanzaTech plot take off in a post-COVID world with their sustainable aviation fuel.
  • Spotlight on bio-based textiles: #whatsinmyclothes –The truth behind the label.
  • Spotlight on bio-based textiles – the best of the week.
  • How Fluid Quip Technologies (FQT) are helping revitalise and reinvigorate the bioeconomy post-COVID-19.
  • Protera raises $5.6m in Series A financing.
  • DTU Biosustain gets €100m funding boost to help develop bio-based products and sustainable chemicals
  • Skechers and Goodyear team up for new rubber tech including a bio-based polymer
  • News in brief, editor’s welcome and more.

Fill in the form below to read your copy now! 

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