>> To face the last of the fossil fuels stocks, Franck Dumeignil, a chemist, coordinates the Eurobioref project.
>> It gathers research centers and manufacturers from fourteen countries.
>> Its concept is based on the principle of an integrated and flexible biorefinery, which allows to link the preoccupations of agriculture and chemical industry.
>> The EuroBioRef project (European Multilevel Integrated Biorefinery Design for Sustainable Biomass Processing) coordinated by CNRS, France, deals with the entire process of transformation of biomass, from fields to final commercial products. It will involve 28 partners from 14 different countries into a highly collaborative work
||Intervenor : DUMEIGNIL Franck ; CHRISTOU Myrsimi ; FROLANDER Anders ; CHATILLON Mathieu ; COUTURIER Jean-Luc ; MAMEDE Anne-Sophie ; PANOPOULOS Kyriakos [ISFTA@CERTH]
UCCS : Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide.
CRES : The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES)
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Molecules from sunshine