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C2N joined Grampian Growers in Autumn 2022 as part of IBioIC’s Bioeconomy Week to showcase their collaboration with Welsh-based Agroceutical Products and The Robert Gordon University with a PhD studentship currently exploring the role of daffodil-derived bioactives in preventing cardiovascular disease.
It was great to welcome MSP Maggie Chapman and Cabinet Secretary, Mairi Gougeon, to Grampian Growers, to hear more about the collaborative R&D activity that our co-op members undertake.
Scotland, and Angus region in particular, has the potential to become a biorefining hub that offers scale to agri co-ops with bioarisings (wastes or co-products) with commercial potential.
Find out more about Scotland's first Bioeconomy Week — IBioIC Publications (ibioic-publications.com)