Enzyme conference 2023
Biotech North and NCE Blue Legasea repeat the success and invite you to a new enzyme conference in 2023. The conference will be held at Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Gardermoen / Oslo from lunch to lunch, 6th and 7th of February 2023. Registration is now open!
Final program is work in progress, but you can look forward to these names :
- Morten Elde, Business developer, Norinnova: The road from enzyme research to commercial license: A case study from Norinnova/UiT
- Kari Nesse Johnsen, Norskin: Make the fishskin soft by use of enzymes.
- Christian Bruckner, Norwegian Seaweed Institute: Seaweed production and processing
- Kjersti Lie Gabrielsen, Head of Marbank, Institute of Marine Research: The Nagoya Protocol – from biodiversity to research and commercial utilization
- Jennifer Mildenberger , Møreforsking: Reduced allergens in marine products after enzymatic hydrolysis
- Line S. Meidell, PhD Candidate , Institutt for bioteknologi og matvitenskap (IBT) NTNU: Exploring enzymes in marine raw materials
- Thordur Bergsson, Business Development, North ltd Iceland: Enzymes from fish for the food industry: challenges and opportunities.
- Martino Benvenuti, Technical Sales Specialist Northern Europa, Nanotemper. “Tools for your most challenging characterizations”
- Hidde Bleeker, Bioinformatician, Bio-Prodict. "3DM protein family information platform for protein engineering: recent developments"
- Heidi Alvestrand/Jonathan Fjâllmann, Norilia/Bioco - Enzymatic hydrolyses – our most important tool for better resource utilization and growth.
- Esben A. Nilssen. Managing Partner, ShareLab
- Liudmila Sorokina, PhD Nofima. Characterization of protein hydrolysates in developing peptide-based bioactive ingredients.
The program will be structured in three sessions, as well as facilitate mingling and networking.
Session 1: Use of enzymes in the industry to support the green transition
Session 2: Bioprospecting of enzymes and new technological opportunities
Session 3: Bridging the gap between science and industry
Enzyme technologies are used for a long time in the biomarine industries to produce high value products. The oceans are a huge source of biodiversity and are an important source for compounds with specific characteristic such as enzyme. Each enzyme is unique and allowed a large panel of different final products. New sustainable production processes are needed, and it is now time for green transition of industries. Enzyme technologies are defined as sustainable process to extract and develop high value compounds without using chemical solvent. In this conference, we will go through the different challenges and the bottlenecks to increase and improve enzyme technology as industrial process but also its implementation and development in international market. The bioprospecting of new enzymes, their potential markets and their regulatory challenges will be addressed during this conference.