Greencovery signs Letter of Intent13/3/2019
The Wageningen startup Greencovery recently signed a Letter of Intent with which they showed serious interest in participating in the BioBizz hub that is planned at the Paques premises.
Entrepreneur Carlos Cabrera, who is originally from Panama, has a master's degree in Wageningen, a PhD in Delft and is now a postdoc in Wageningen. With Greencovery, Cabrera wants to filter amino acids from waste streams. He aims to combine the Delft technique of Greencovery with a technique of the Wageningen chair group, where he is postdoc. "The advantage of this combined technique is that we can extract amino acids from complex lines in two steps, at low costs," Cabrera expects.
With the filtered amino acids, the company wants to make food supplements and chemicals.
More about the BioBizz hub
Paques has a worldwide reputation when it comes to structured and successful scaling up of innovative biotechnology from university to industry. Like no other, Paques is capable of making commercially interesting innovations out of (lab-scale) inventions. At the same time, more and more start-ups with interesting technologies are emerging, struggling to bring these technologies from lab scale to a commercial success. Within the BioBizz hub Paques creates an environment for start-ups/ small business to test and validate their innovations, in order to scale up and bring new technology to the market.
Beside an office space in an inspiring hub combined with lab and test facilities and a location for the realization of the first demo/ products of the start-ups, the BioBizz hub offers a wide variety of services in the field of:
- Sales support
- Business support (e.g. legal and tax advice)
- Funding and
- Competence development.
It is precisely these services, especially in the field of engineering and sales support, that make the BioBizz hub so unique.
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