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BioBTX builds working time machine

17 December 2018

BioBTX B.V. was founded with knowledge developed in the Heeres-group (Green Chemical Reaction Engineering) of ENTEG. BioBTX develops efficient and effective technologies, for the production of biobased BTX (the molecules benzene, toluene and xylene, also called aromatics; high volume chemical building blocks normally made from petrochemicals) as well as bio-oil. In accomplishing this BioBTX will contribute considerably to making the chemical and plastics industry more sustainable. This video (in dutch) shows the current state of affairs of the company that is based on the Zernike campus.
Read more on BioBTX developments via https://northernknowledge.nl/en/biobtx-builds-working-time-machine/

Last modified:17 December 2018 3.32 p.m.

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