Call Identifier: H2020-BBI-JTI-2017
Publication Date: 11/04/2017
Budget: 81,000,000 €
Deadline: 7/09/2017 17:00  Brussels time
Specific Programme(s): Societal Challenges
Theme(s): Health, demographic change and wellbeing, Bio-Based Industries
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Topic:   BBI.2017.D1: Valorisation of liquid and solid side streams from bio-based operations into high added-value products to create new feedstock for bio-based products
Topic:   BBI.2017.D2: Integrated multi-valorisation of algae into advanced materials and high added-value additives
Topic:   BBI.2017.D3: Breakthrough primary bio-based chemicals without significant fossil-based counterparts but with high marketability
Topic:   BBI.2017.D4: Innovative bio-based fertilising products to increase the sustainability of fertilising practices in agriculture
Topic:   BBI.2017.D5: Advanced bio-based fibres and materials for large-volume applications
Topic:   BBI.2017.F1: Integrated ‘zero waste’ biorefinery utilising all fractions of the feedstock for production of chemicals and materials
Topic:   BBI.2017.F2: Large-scale production of proteins for food and feed applications from alternative, sustainable sources
Topic:   BBI.2017.R1: Valorisation of gaseous side streams from bio-based operations into chemical building blocks
Topic:   BBI.2017.R2: Innovative technologies for the pre-treatment and separation of lignocellulosic feedstock and complex composition streams into valuable fractions while maintaining key characteristics
Topic:   BBI.2017.R3: Exploiting extremophiles and extremozymes to broaden the processing conditions to convert biomass into high-value building blocks
Topic:   BBI.2017.R4: Proteins and other bioactive ingredients from side streams and residues
Topic:   BBI.2017.R5: Novel bio-based chemical precursors to improve the performance of mass consumption products
Topic:   BBI.2017.R6: Competitive biodegradable, compostable and/or recyclable bio-based plastics for a sustainable end-of-life phase
Topic:   BBI.2017.R7: Novel secondary bio-based chemicals without significant fossil-based counterparts but with high application potential
Topic:   BBI.2017.S1: Establish cooperation and partnership with brand owners and consumer representatives to improve the market access of sustainable bio-based products
Topic:   BBI.2017.S2: Identify opportunities for ICT to increase the efficiency of biomass supply chains for the bio-based industry



Additional documents

BBI JU Work Plan
BBI JU Scientific Innovation and Research Agenda (SIRA)
Horizon 2020 Rulesfor participation
BBI JU Derogation to H2020 Rules for Participation
BBI JU Regulation of establishment
Horizon 2020 Regulation of Establishment
Horizon 2020 Specific Programme
BBI JU – FAQs for Call 2017

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