Biobased Chemistry & Technology To expand the potential of global resources, BCT enables the transition from a fossil- based to a bio-based economy by developing efficient and sustainable (catalytic) conversion processes, products and chains. Chair holder prof.dr. JH (Harry) Bitter Professor Latest news First EFCATS Contest in Wageningen 13 July 2018 - From 9-11 July 2018 the first EFCATS Young Scientist Contest was held in Wageningen. Harry Bitter (BCT) was one of the organizers. BCT Annual Report 2017 available 26 March 2018 - The annual report of the Biobased Chemistry & Technology group is now available.Please go to 'Research' to download the report file. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 14 December 2017 - We wish you peaceful holidays,Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!See you again in 2018! WUR-CS Symposium on Future Catalysis 06 November 2017 Opportunities and Challenges of Multi-Loop Aquaponic Systems Simon S (Simon) Goddek MSc 24 October 2017 Modelling of ammonia volatilisation in fertilised and flooded rice systems NB (Nurul) Khairudin MSc 15 March 2017 Biobased Chemicals from Polyhydroxybutyrate 24 October 2016 BCT will be heavily involved in the development of the micro masters "biobased sciences for sustainability" 21 September 2016 Annual report 2015 available 22 July 2016 - To reflect on 2015 our annual report is now available. Please feel welcome to read about our projects and achievements.