Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, announced the establishment of Avansya V. O. F.
Biotech Campus Delft together with its main stakeholder Royal DSM and YES!Delft have partnered up to support biotechnology startups through a special Biotech Validation Lab.
The Norwegian salmon farmer Lingalaks implements the use of Veramaris marine algal oil at commercial-scale, making salmon production less reliant on finite fish oil resources.
Great visit of 35 'Life Science and Technology' students from TU Delft and Leiden University on a field trip to our campus! Organised by study association LIFE to learn more...
Royal DSM, today announced that Atzo Nicolaï, President DSM NL, has decided to step down from his position as per mid-2019 and will pursue his career outside DSM. He will be succeeded by Edith Schippers, former Minister of Health, Welfare and Sports in the Netherlands who will join DSM on 1st February.
On Monday 21 January, 16 InHolland students from Food Commerce and Technology visited the campus. They had the opportunity to visit the labs in the Rosalind Franklin Biotech Center and to learn more on our biotech and food activities. It became an inspiring excursion with a motivated group of future food tech experts!
As a result of the current cold snap, temperatures have dropped below the freezing point. For many of us, the immediate reaction is to turn up the heating at home or in the office. But is that the most sustainable choice?
The Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge is a worldwide renowned science & technology startup competition designed specifically to address the needs of deeptech entrepreneurs across several different industries and technologies. Royal DSM is the proud sponsor of the Industrial Biotech Track and helped to select the best early-stage deeptech startups in biotechnology.
We wish you a happy holiday season and all the best for 2019 May the new year bring us many wonderful opportunities to work together!
The DSM Biotechnology Center team, with Hans Roubos and Joep Schmitz as the leading scientists, is involved in the Horizon2020 SHIKIFACTORY100 project granted for 8 million Euros by the EU.