FuturEnzyme

Technologies of the Future for Low-Cost Enzymes for Environment-Friendly Products

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Carlos J. C. Rodrigues, Carla C. C. R. de Carvalho

FuturEnzyme. Technologies of the FUTURe for low-cost ENZYMEs for environment-friendly products

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      • Horizon 2020 Work programme: Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, Marine, Maritime and Inland Water Research and the Bioeconomy.
      • Call: H2020-FNR-2020 Food and Natural Resources.
      • Topic name: FNR-16-2020 Enzymes for More Environment-Friendly Consumer Products.

Greening the world through enzymes

In a world facing major environmental threats, Europe stands by its commitments from the Paris Climate Conference (COP21) and has agreed concrete measures in the European Green Deal: become the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050 while improving economic competitiveness. In this direction, our project offers technologies for driving a tomorrow’s greener Planet by enzyming textiles, detergents and cosmetics.

Greening the world through enzymes

In a world facing major environmental threats, Europe stands by its commitments from the Paris Climate Conference (COP21) and has agreed concrete measures in the European Green Deal: become the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050 while improving economic competitiveness. In this direction, our project offers technologies for driving a tomorrow’s greener Planet by enzyming textiles, detergents and cosmetics.

In FuturEnzyme, a multi-disciplinary and multi-actor consortium of 16 leading academic and industrial partners will develop technologies of the FUTURe for low-cost ENZYMEs for environment-friendly products.

The consortium will develop the most advanced innovative solutions in a fast-track to market platform to discover, design, optimise and formulate enzymes.

The high-tech enzyme development platform will use big biodata mining of both public and internal databases and bio-resources, and disruptive machine learning, activity-based bioprospecting, protein engineering, nano-biotechnology, upscale fermentation, and downstream processing systems.

The strong collaboration of the academic and industry partners will be supported by clusters, thus making sure we take a holistic approach. Analysing technology, market, consumer, and socio-economic demands, and assessing safety, risk, and life-cycle analysis during the technology and product development in an iterative process, will ensure the results will be effective and relevant.

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