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Sample generation using Simulated Moving Bed (SMB) Greencovery keeps expanding, and last year we started our sample generation facility. In this facility, we can produce kilograms of samples to be tested in food applications.  During the last months we tested the facility to produce  ingredients from different food side-streams and samples were tested on several…

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We keep hitting milestones and last year we scaled up our circular banana flavour (1 ton scale). This flavour is produced from two side-streams and has lower carbon footprint than counterparts. We are excited to demonstrate that our product can be produced at scale! Here you can read more about it from our development expert…

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In a previous blog article, Clara (PhD candidate Aalborg University) told us about her experience of coming for some months to work at TU Delft in close collaboration with us and WUR. We are proud to show the result of such collaboration, published in a high impact factor journal (Bioresource Technology). We are very pleased…

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Greencovery was awarded with one of the NWO Take-off grants. With this project, we are applying our novel technology for the recovery of amino acids. Amino acids are molecules formed by an amino group (-NH2) and a carboxylic acid group (-COOH). Attached to these functional groups, there is a substitutional group, which gives an infinite…

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The power of Volatile Fatty Acids recovery as a bond between Copenhagen and Delft Research stay- Aalborg University- Delft University of Technology- Greencovery A research stay abroad is quite common among PhD students, and listening to all the good stories and experiences of fellow PhDs encouraged me to give it a try. I am currently…

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