- Develop innovative process and products research. Improve collaboration with BioEcoUVa experts and promote research at the frontiers of knowledge.
- Internationalization: Improve participation in international projects.
- Transfer of knowledge: Transfer our knowledge to develop new processes and materials.
Our challenge is to develop innovative biorefineries for the fractionation of biomass and its conversion into:
- Key chemical compounds
- Cellular polymers and renewable foams
The project is focused on achieving an international projection of the Bioeconomy Institute.
Scientific capacity of BioEcoUVa and its associated research groups.
FONDOS FEDER, JUNTA DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN – CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN
María José Cocero Alonso
Chem. Eng. Full professor