IBISBA is designed to accelerate end-to-end bioprocess development, linking best-in-class R&D facilities to provide seamless multi-technology services.
Focusing on the different R&D phases in bioprocess development, IBISBA offers services related to computer-assisted design of biocomponents, construction of enzymes and microbial strains, the fermentation, downstream processing and project knowledge asset management.
IBISBA offers access to best-in-class facilities and know-how. Clients from academia, SMEs and big industry can find tailored solutions for their R&D needs.
Using a H2020 funding framework, IBISBA currently offers limited opportunities to researchers to obtain subsidised access to IBISBA specialised research structures and facilities, including contribution to user's travel and subsistence costs. Open Calls are launched regularly, inviting researchers from all sectors (academia and industry)
Farming of shellfish and seaweed is still new in Denmark and on a commercial scale is primarily limited to the production of longline mussels. It is mainly for mussels, that aquaculture production rely on natural spatfall. For all other species, such as oysters and macroalgae, hatcheries for the production of spat or seeding material are necessary. A major bottleneck in all bivalve hatchery is the food production, both in term of quantity and quality.