Who Are the Winners of the European Bio-Based Innovation Awards 2017?

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Who Are the Winners of the European Bio-Based Innovation Awards 2017?

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Cyrene—developed by @MilliporeSigma, @GreenChemYork & @circagroup—was named Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year http://bit.ly/2rTSxbl
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 11:00am

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Last week at the end of the second day of Bio-Based Live Europe, hosted at the University of Amsterdam, the winners of the Bio-Based Innovation Awards (Europe) were announced. After a two month process, our panel of independent industry expert judges carefully deliberated and decided our shortlist and winners. We received a varied range of entries from bio-based pens to emulsifying agents and new trays for packing ice cream cones and many more. But there could only be one winner for each category, so who are the 2017 winners? ...

The winner of our European Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year 2017 which is Cyrene developed by Mercki, the Chemistry Centre of Excellence at the University of York and Circa Group in response to increasing demand for safer, greener alternatives to PMF and NMP.

iThe Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada.

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Keywords: Awards, Ratings & Rankings | Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year 2017 | Bio-Based Live Europe | Circa Group | Cyrene | Environment | Green Chemistry | Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence at York | Innovation & Technology | MilliporeSigma | Responsible Production & Consumption

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