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“The Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences is a co-founder of the BioEconomy Cluster. The transfer between science and industry was, and remains, important to us. Our participation in numerous joint projects of the Leading-Edge BioEconomy Cluster has enabled us to contribute our expertise in the wood-based bioeconomy. The Bavaria-Saxony-Anhalt alliance benefits greatly from this network. The HIZ-HolzImpulsZentrum in Rottleberode, spun out of the cluster, is just one example of the many research and development outcomes that have arisen in this alliance.”
“Using renewable raw materials as an alternative to fossil resources is becoming increasingly important in the chemical industry. Particular focus is placed on chemicals produced through fermentation. The Leuna site in Saxony-Anhalt offers me with EWB ideal conditions for such biotech processes and the BioEconomy Innovation Cluster provides me with the relevant framework to network regionally, nationally and internationally. I am able to take advantage of partnering as well as joint trade fair and conference visits. Looking beyond one’s horizons and networking at such events provides a framework for process innovation and new partnerships.”
“As a young technology company, SunCoal has been active in the Leading-Edge BioEconomy Cluster since 2015. By participating in cluster projects, we were able to considerably speed up the development of our technology, which is used to produce technical carbons from lignin. We have benefited enormously from the resulting outcomes, building up what is now our largest business segment. We have been won over by this innovation cluster as it has lent us support in initiating new projects, searching for funding, market research and, in the traditional sense, networking with relevant industry players.”