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The Horizon magazine, The EU Research and Innovation magazine, recently published an article on their website about the NextGenProteins project.

‘Europe as a whole wants to be more self-sufficient when it comes to food,’ says Birgir Örn Smárason, the project manager of NextGenProteins in the article. ‘And if Europe is to meet the sustainable development goals and targets to limit climate change, sustainable protein sources will need to play a part. Edible insects, for example, can be reared …

The Horizon magazine, The EU Research and Innovation magazine, recently published an article on their website about the NextGenProteins project. Read More »

We’re off to a great start

The EU Horizon 2020 project NextGenProteins officially started today at a kick-off meeting held at Matís in Reykjavík, Iceland. This is a 4 year project, consisting of 21 partners from 10 European countries. NextGenProtein’s concept is simple but highly ambitious: to optimise and validate the production of three alternative proteins through resource efficient bioconversion processes …

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Kick-off meeting in Reykjavík

The kick-off meeting for the NextGenProteins project will be held in Reykjavík on the the 5th and 6th of November 2019. The meeting will take place at the Matís offices at Vínlandsleið 12, 113 Reykjavík. The programme for the meeting is accessible here.