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European Centre for Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (CEBB)

The NEOMA BS Chair in Bioeconomy and Sustainable Development is a member of the European Centre for Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (CEBB), alongside the AgroParisTech Chair in Industrial Agro-Biotechnology, the CentraleSupélec Chair in Biotechnology and the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA) Chair, AFERE.

The European Centre of Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (CEBB) combines the scientific and technical skills and expertise of four chairs, from AgroParisTech, CentraleSupélec, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne and NEOMA BS. It is both a technological showcase and a multidisciplinary research centre for biotechnology, biomaterials and green chemistry.

The CEBB focuses on developing the value of bioresources as well as the biorefinery and food-industry by-products. The CEBB’s presence at the Pomacle-Bazancourt biorefinery reflects the emphasis placed upon academic research and its transmission to the regional economy.

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The AgroParisTech ABI Chair boasts expertise in industrial biotechnology, green chemistry and process engineering. The ABI Chair’s researchers use a multidisciplinary approach to develop new processes for transforming agricultural by-products into high value-added chemicals.

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The CentraleSupélec Chair in Industrial Biotechnology operates in three fields: identification and conversion of lignocellulosic materials, biotransformation and separation techniques. All of these fields build upon a set of modelling, simulation and visualisation skills, geared towards modelling living organisms and moving to an industrial scale.

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URCA’s AFERE (Agroressources FERmentation Enzymes) Chair develops white biotechnology processes using microorganisms and enzymes isolated in nature to extract and turn plant components, particularly agricultural by-products (e.g. straw, bran, corn cobs), into high value-added molecules (e.g. anti-ageing molecules, antioxidant molecules, detergent molecules).

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