October 9, 2019
Pro-Enrich, which received funding from the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBIJU), aims to develop an integrated, sustainable biorefinery approach capable of processing a range of agricultural residues for the delivery of high-value protein and bioactive product streams suited to the needs of a wide range of high-value end uses.
The InnoRenew CoE is a partner in this project; therefore, Dr Matthew Schwarzkopf, researcher, went to Tate & Lyle in Lubeck, Germany in order to attend the general assembly meeting.
At the meeting, each partner updated other project partners on the progress being made and plans for future experiments. The project consortium also got feedback from industrial partners and reconnected with other research institutes involved.