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XII. Sustainable BioEconomy 2018, 22 October at KIT, Campus North - The annual conference this year takes place together with "Future Capabilities of Industrial Syngas Biotechnology " conference. Only German-speaking lectures. Registration and schedule
Policy Dialogue on Automotive Industry: State Government, KIT, and Industry Agree on ”reFuels - Rethinking Fuels“ Project to Explore Alternatives to Fossil Fuels.
A new format for institutionalised collaboration - The State Government of Baden-Württemberg started in 2017 an annual initiative, the Strategic Dialogue for the Automotive Sector in Baden-Württemberg, in which all relevant stakeholders cooperate to arrive jointly at potential solutions in the field of climate compatible mobility and sustainable wealth. bioliq® was presented in one of the main topics. Learn more...
Aufruf von BMEL und FNR e.V. zur Förderung innovativer aquatischer Wertschöpfungsketten über Algen/Cyanobakterien oder aquatische Makrophyten. Machen Sie mit und reichen bis zum 30. September einen Antrag für Ihre FuE Projekte ein. Weitere Infos finden Sie hier...
Visit bioliq® and other exhibitors in the field of bioeconomy at "Schaufenster Bioökonomie", Hall 2, Booth C50 and discuss with us about biobased advanced fuels for sustainable mobility in a biobased future.
Advancefuel will look into renewable fuels produced from lignocellulosic feedstocks, renewable hydrogen and CO2 streams, and provide market stakeholders with new knowledge, tools, standards and recommendations to help remove barriers to their uptake.
Oxymethylene-ether (OME): fuels which produce no harmful exhaust gases. The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture promotes project of ecologically friendly diesels from renewable raw materials.
Biomass is a heterogenous raw material from which energy sources, compounds and chemicals can be won by modern technologies.
In the energy system of the future energy producers, energy storage and energy consumers must have a smart communication with each other. With the Energy Lab 2.0 researchers try to build up a model of this system. Holger Hanselka, president of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), explains the new project during an interview.To the interview