Newsletter on everything you need to know about enzymes for industrial uses

Our four projects will shortly launch The Active Site, a newsletter with all the latest information about enzymes and enzymology research for greener products, aimed at researchers and the industry. It will include interviews with relevant people working in the field, a selection of news and research publications, upcoming events, interesting job vacancies… and much more! Subscribe now to stay up-to-date on what’s going on in the sector!

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Newsletter on everything you need to know about enzymes for industrial uses

Our four projects will shortly launch The Active Site, a newsletter with all the latest information about enzymes and enzymology research for greener products, aimed at researchers and the industry. It will include interviews with relevant people working in the field, a selection of news and research publications, upcoming events, interesting job vacancies… and much more! Subscribe now to stay up-to-date on what’s going on in the sector!

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"The Active Site", a collaborative newsletter from the "Cluster Enzymes for Greener Products" initiative between four projects that have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Grant Agreement numbers 101000560 (RadicalZ), 101000327 (FUTURENZYME), 101000607 (OXIPRO), 101000831 (EnXylaScope), hereby states that under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679, we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. The information you provide to us will be treated strictly for the purposes of informing you about our services. The data will not be transferred to third parties except for legal obligation to do so and the data will be treated with the duty of confidentiality. Likewise, you have the right to obtain the confirmation of whether we are treating your personal data at The Active Site, therefore you have the right to access your personal data, correct inaccurate data or request its deletion when the data is no longer necessary. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit Scienseed's website or contact dataprotection@scienseed.com.

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Boosting visibility by cooperation

Sharing the potential of enzymes in the EU

Our efforts are focused on developing novel enzymes for more sustainable products. However, we are also aware of the importance of sharing our progress, especially with the industry, so the technologies we develop can be implemented, and also with the researchers who may share our goals. That’s why we have teamed up with three other European research projects working in enzymology, to join forces in communicating the potential of enzymes and achieve a wider impact.

Boosting visibility by cooperation

Sharing the potential of enzymes in the EU

Our efforts are focused on developing novel enzymes for more sustainable products. However, we are also aware of the importance of sharing our progress, especially with the industry, so the technologies we develop can be implemented, and also with the researchers who may share our goals. That’s why we have teamed up with three other European research projects working in enzymology, to join forces in communicating the potential of enzymes and achieve a wider impact.

Meet the projects

Working towards a common goal

RADICALZ Logo
RADICALZ

Cutting-edge technologies for faster enzyme discovery and engineering, supporting the creation of greener consumer products.

Enxylascope_Logo
EnXylaScope

Developing xylan debranching enzymes with high catalytic activity and wide operation conditions to unleash xylans’ potential for greener consumer products.

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FuturEnzyme

Technologies of the future to produce low-cost enzymes for environment-friendly products.

OXIPRO

Harnessing the power of novel oxidoreductases for developing sustainable and innovative solutions for different consumer sectors.

Meet the projects

Working towards a common goal

RADICALZ Logo
RADICALZ

Cutting-edge technologies for faster enzyme discovery and engineering, supporting the creation of greener consumer products.

Enxylascope_Logo
EnXylaScope

Developing xylan debranching enzymes with high catalytic activity and wide operation conditions to unleash xylans’ potential for greener consumer products.

FuturEnzyme Logo
FuturEnzyme

Technologies of the future to produce low-cost enzymes for environment-friendly products.

OXIPRO

Harnessing the power of novel oxidoreductases for developing sustainable and innovative solutions for different consumer sectors.