Biomeiler 2.0 wins student competition biobased economy

Three student teams took part in the Dutch finals of the Biobased Innovation Student Challenge – Europe (BISC-E), organised by Avans University of Applied Sciences and HZ University of Applied Sciences. A competition in which they presented their innovative ideas for the biobased economy to an expert jury, which included Peter Berben.

The teams competed for a ticket to the European final of the challenge, organised by the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC). This final will take place in September.

The winner of the national final is the Biomeiler 2.0 team, a group of talented students from Utrecht University. With their idea and determination, they have earned a place in the European final. They have further developed a concept for a small-scale composting plant.

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