BIORESOURCES

AND THE CIRCULAR

ECONOMY

Discover the activities of the Association Ghent University and the Internation Thematic Network on research, education and business collaboration

RE-Source.Bio was born at Ghent University, a leader institution on the bioresource recovery research. It focusses on the biobased segments of the circular economy, aiming at closing loops and upcycling biobased resources by relying on local and international association & knowledge sharing. For this reason, Re-Source.Bio combines two branches well interconnected – RE-Source.Bio @AUGent (AOP) and RE-Source. Bio International Thematic Network (ITN).

RE-Source.Bio @AUGent brings together more than 40 research groups from five UGent faculties and three associated University Colleges (HOGENT, Howest, and Artevelde Hogeschool). Re-Source.Bio ITN counts with more than 22 international partners from Europe, Asia and North America and 15 UGent promotors.

Activities are thematically spread over 6 spearpoints, each organized via a dedicated Working Group. 

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