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The innovation space BIOTEXFUTURE consists of projects funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within the framework of the "Nationalen Forschungsstrategie BioÖkonomie 2030". BIOTEXFUTURE is part of the funding program "Innovationsräume Bioökonomie".All research projects work together to achieve the overarching vision to convert the textile value chain from petroleum-based to bio-based.

The BIOTEXFUTURE pioneer projects deal with substrate and material development, product and process development and textile finishing.  In addition, new projects – and thus also new partners – can be added during the duration of BIOTEXFUTURE. Right from the start, the project portfolio includes a project to ensure the transfer of project results to society (e.g. by the use of real laboratories) and a Project Management Office (PMO) to ensure professional programme management.

Partner consortia with a new project idea can apply for funding based on the open calls. The Steering Committee will assess the content of the project proposals. The project management organisation Projektträger Jülich (PtJ) is responsible for the formal administrative assessment. The projects are managed by the PtJ like regular BMBF-funded projects. All project partners must join the Innovationsbündnis and become a member of BIOTEXFUTURE.

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ALGAETEX

Algae-derived biopolymers for the application of textiles.

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BIOBASE

Bio-based alternatives from available resources for textile applications with competitive costs and properties.

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BIOCOAT

Development of bio-based textile finishes for high performance textiles.

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BIOTURF

Develop an artificial turf structure made of bio-polyethylene (PE), which differs only little chemically from crude oil-based PE regarding key characteristics.

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CO2TEX

The establishment of commercially viable elastic filament yarns made from CO2-containing TPU.

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DEGRATEX

Develop biobased, degradable solutions for geotextiles in short term applications such as temporary earthen structures and vegetation protection.

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GOLD

Analyse the Goldschlägerhaut mechanically, structurally, and genetically down to the molecular level.

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POLYPFIBER

Realize a bio-based knitted antimicrobial demonstration textile.

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TRANSITIONLAB1

Success factors and ELSI aspects of biotextile innovation for a societal transition to the bioeconomy.

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TRANSITIONLAB2

Research, design and promote innovation and knowledge transfer, innovation culture, optimised framework conditions and aspects of technology acceptance and usability for an overall societal, bioeconomic transformation from the perspectives of the disciplines involved, considering ethical, social, communicative and legal aspects (ELSI).