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Top three,KETBIO PARADE,This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 768570.,Design:,INMARE,iMETLand,FlexJET,01,Top EU Biotech,flexJET,James Hygate Founder & CEO,Sustainable Jet Fuel from Flexible Waste Biomass.,Flying with cooking oil,White Biotech: How the flexJET project is converting food waste and biomass into green jet fuels through biorefining ,flexJET puts its efforts in the research and the commercialisation of a novel route to sustainable fuels for aviation. flexJET is already constructing Europe’s first commercial demonstration plant for the production of advanced aviation biofuels (jet fuel) exclusively from waste vegetable oil and using organic solid waste biomass....,What it's for,Read more,Technology approach,Commercialisation facts,Contact,Top EU Biotech,“Biojetfuels make the difference in greening airlines” ,Interview with James Hygate, CEO Green Fuels Ltd., flexJET technology and facility provider.,INTERVIEW,James Hygate Founder & CEO,Top EU Biotech,whatsay,"Best scores in Commitment and Resources"; "High market potential",Evaluators: KETBIO Technology Transfer and Market Experts ,"Excellent stakeholders and commercial partners"; “Regulation and de-taxing biobased Jet Fuel, Tax on CO2 would speed-up market entrance" ,Evaluators:KETBIO Commercial Committee of Industry experts,"We want to explore a powerful alternative for sustainable aviation fuel to maximise the carbon benefits for aviation",Stakeholders: flexJET project video,people,2,Top EU Biotech,02,iMETLand,Abraham Esteve-Núñez Coordinator,Top EU Biotech,A new generation ofMicrobial Electrochemical Wetland for effective decentralized wastewater treatment.,Faster,smaller,biotech,iMETLand® is engineering nature to clean upwastewater,iMETLand has developed a water bio-filtration system based on microbial electrochemistry technology to degrade organic waste and pollutants. The project has validated a full-scale application of an eco-friendly device to treat urban wastewater at zero-energy operation cost in small communities. The project concept came from the integration of MicrobialElectrochemical Technologies (MET) into the nature-based concept used in constructed wetlands.,What it's for,Technology approach,Commercialisation facts,Contact,What it's for,Technology approach,Commercialisation facts,Contact,Top EU Biotech,“We needsome early adopters for real market breakthroughs” ,Interview with Abraham Esteve-Núñez, coordinator of iMETLand project.,Abraham Esteve-Núñez, coordinator of iMETLand project,INTERVIEW,Top EU Biotech,"Good growth potential in environmental biotechnology markets"; "High market attractiveness, high commercial readiness",Evaluators:KETBIO Technology Transfer and Market experts,"A great application of distributed processing that looks like it will be able to succeed economically!",Evaluators:KETBIO Commercial Committee of Industry experts,whatsay,people,"How much of water do you waste every day? Did you know that you need:15,000 liters of water to produce only a slice of beef.600 liters of water for a liter of wine.1,200 for a pizza.Water is not unlimited. We have to become a waterwise society",Stakeholders:iMETLand, promotional video,Top EU Biotech,03,INMARE,Prof. Peter Golyshin coordinator,Top EU Biotech,Industrial Applications of Marine Enzymes: Innovative screening and expression platforms to discover and use the functional protein diversity from the sea.,Greener industries through enzymes from seas and oceans,The project has succeeded to screen and discover the functional protein diversity from the sea by providing robust enzymes with valuable properties (‘allrounders’) for industrial use, established innovative screening tools, sequence analysis and expression platforms...,What it's for,Technology approach,Commercialisation facts,Contact,Read more,INMARE’s goal was to bioprospect for new enzymes and bioactive compounds in extreme marine environments and use them for new industrial applications,INMARE,Top EU Biotech,“The bottlenecksfor a faster market entry are in scaling up” ,Interview with Prof. Peter Golyshin, INMARE coordinator, about commercialisation in blue biotechnology.,Prof. Peter Golyshin, coordinator of INMARE project,INTERVIEW,Top EU Biotech,Top EU Biotech,whatsay,people,"Setting out to create what is essentially an enabling technology – great ambition!"; "Enabling technology for health, nutraceutical, etc. - markets which could be highly valued",Evaluators:KETBIO Commercial Committee,"We need new enzymes to support emerging new industries such as the blue biorefineries. They take care of processing new marine biomass, fish by-products or algae into new valuable products. However, these are new processes that need optimization",Stakeholders:INMARE, promotional video,"High market attractiveness"; "Very committed project partners, many publications, promising patents filed and a start-up set up",Evaluators:KETBIO Technology Transfer and Market experts,Top,KETBIO flagshipprojects,EU Biotech,Design:,START