Sustainable Production of Added Value Chemicals from SynGas-derived Methanol Through Systems and Synthetic Biology Approaches
Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Nigel Minton, University of Nottingham, Synthetic Biology Research Centre (SBRC), HES, United Kingdom
Ulm University, Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology, HES, Germany
Goethe University Frankfurt Molecular Microbiology & Bioenergetics, HES, Germany
INSA, University of Toulouse, LISBP, Biochemical Engineering, HES, France
The project BIOMETCHEM will lead to the development of new sustainable production and conversion processes based on methanol feedstocks derived from gasified (syngas) biomass residues and wastes or from industrial by-products (FT waste streams). This will lead to new value-added products, GABA and BDO, useful in the pharmaceutical/food additive industries and the chemical industry, respectively.
BIOMETCHEM is funded by the ERA CoBioTech partners: ANR, BMBF, UKRI-BBSRC and co-funded by the European Union.
Project Start: May 2018 Duration: 36 months
Project Budget: Total Cost: 1.823.000 Euro, Funding: 1.823.000 Euro
Project Website: https://sbrc-nottingham.ac.uk/associated-projects/biometchem.aspx
Project presentation from ACHEMA kick-off meeting
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