Alliance for Biosolutions

If you have any questions about the membership, don't hesitate to contact the secretariat.


Anne Lerche

Head of secretariat

3374 6561


Ulrich Bang
3374 6233



Key issues

The aim of the Alliance for Biosolutions is to promote a sustainable transition to reduce our impact on climate and nature. At the same time, the alliance works to promote the development and expansion of new green solutions. The Alliance works to:

  • Strategic investment in green proteins.
  • Faster approvals of biological plant protection products and biofertilisers.
  • Official climate data for food.
  • Better conditions for testing and upscaling of bio solutions in Denmark.
  • High research focus on bio solutions.
  • Export promotion of Danish biosolutions in the rest of the world.


As a member of the Alliance you contribute to the promotion of bio solutions. Specifically, you get:

  • Improving framework conditions through advocacy and direct access to policy makers.
  • Influence the prioritisation of policy issues in the Alliance.
  • Access to networking with peers and other stakeholders.
  • Profiling through the Alliance's communication channels.
  • Access to updated knowledge on the benefits of bio solutions.

The Alliance is open to all businesses and membership is divided into entrepreneurs, SMEs and large businesses. In addition, organisations such as trade unions, universities, foundations, etc. can join as associate members.



Algiecel is developing a CO2 capture solution for industrial and agricultural customers via photobioreactors that use CO2 waste to produce products such as omega-3 oils, protein and biomass for food.

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BioPhero ApS

BioPhero is a Danish producer of insect pheromones that can contribute to creating a more sustainable agriculture worldwide. The company's mission is to replace chemical insecticides with sustainable biological insect pheromones.

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Chr. Hansen A/S

Chr. Hansen is a global bioscience company that develops natural additives for the agricultural, food and pharmaceutical industries. Every day, more than a billion people consume a product that contains one of Chr. Hansen's ingredients. Chr. Hansen has more than 100 years of experience in producing microbiological solutions that can help companies optimize their products. Today, the company works actively to improve global health, optimize agriculture and reduce waste.

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European Protein A/S

European Protein is a Danish family-owned protein producer. The company works to promote the health and productivity of animals through functional and sustainable proteins. The company was founded in 2010, and today has production in both Denmark, Ukraine and the USA.

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NatuRem Bioscience ApS

NatuRem Bioscience develops healthy, sustainable and edible microalgae. Microalgae can be used in food products and contain a large amount of basic nutrients and therefore have the potential to become an essential food source in the future. In addition, algae help reduce CO2 in the atmosphere and are therefore an obvious plant-based alternative to other more climate-heavy foods.

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Novo Holdings

Novo Holdings is the holding company for the companies in the Novo Group (Novo Nordisk and Novozymes). In addition to this ownership, Novo Holdings also manages the Novo Nordisk Foundation's assets through investments in life science and biotech companies at various stages of development. Novo Holdings A/S was established in 1999, and has its head office in Copenhagen and branches in San Francisco, Boston and Singapore.

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Novozymes A/S

Novozymes is a world leader in biotechnology research. The company has specialized in developing and manufacturing enzymes and microorganisms for more than 70 years. Today, the company helps customers and partners worldwide to improve bio-industrial products, processes and services, while working to conserve the planet's resources and create better living conditions for a growing population worldwide.

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Pond A/S

Pond is revolutionizing the use of plastics in industry by replacing oil-based plastics with plant-based plastics made from natural resins and biocomposites. Pond's technology can transform the organic material into a strong and pliable product that can later be biodegraded, composted or recycled. The plant-based plastic can be produced with the equipment that is already found in most factories – and this makes the green transition quick and without major difficulties.

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Syngenta Nordics A/S

Syngenta Nordics is part of the Syngenta Group, which is one of the world's leading agricultural companies with 48,000 employees in over 100 countries with two main types of products: Plant protection and seeds. Syngenta works with biological agents under the name "Syngenta Biologicals". Biological agents are an important part of Syngenta's Good Growth Plan 2025 – a commitment to more sustainable agriculture and to help farmers deal with the consequences of climate change

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The idea behind Unibio's technology is simple. It is about being able to convert natural gas into a product with a very high protein content, so that it can be used as a supplement to animal feed. Unibio's ambition is to become a world leader in protein production based on methanotrophic bacteria - partly through their own production and partly by selling the technology to international investors who can help scale up the production of Uniprotein by utilizing surplus gas from the production of oil.

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Associated members


DTU is a research-based, business-oriented and internationally oriented polytechnic university. Based on technical science and natural science, DTU works to create sustainable value and welfare in society through education, research, research-based advice and innovation.

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Københavns Universitet

The Faculty of Natural and Biosciences at the University of Copenhagen – also called SCIENCE – is the country's largest natural science research and education institution with 4,000 employees and 9,700 full-time bachelor and master students spread over 12 departments. The faculty's most important task is to contribute to solving the major challenges that we face in a world undergoing rapid change with increased pressure on e.g. natural resources and significant climate change - both nationally and globally. At the same time, the faculty must help create economic growth and thus ensure our welfare in society. This must be done in close cooperation with business and public authorities, organizations and other universities, both at home and abroad.

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Aarhus University

The Department of Environmental Science conducts problem-oriented research, spanning environmental ecology, chemistry, and physics, as well as interactions between the environment and society in economic, political, and social terms. The department also performs research-based public administration and provides research-based advice. With around 150 employees, plus students and guest researchers, our academic expertise ranges from: environmental chemistry, microbiology, and biotechnology; to atmospheric chemistry and physics; to environmental economics, geography, politics, and sociology. The Department of Environmental Science works interdisciplinary with society's challenges. Here, chemists, microbiologists, atmospheric physicists, geographers, engineers, economists, sociologists and political scientists contribute in close collaboration with methods and knowledge to create sustainable development.


Greater Copenhagen

Greater Copenhagen is a business policy partnership between municipalities and regions in the Øresund region, which is the Nordic region's largest metropolitan region with 4.4 million people. citizens. The collaboration has been implemented to stimulate growth and development in the region, and the ambition is to become a global center for sustainable growth and green innovation. Greater Copenhagen focuses its efforts within four theme areas: Green transition, labor market, infrastructure and life science. In addition to the cooperation across the strait, the organization creates alliances with knowledge institutions, companies and authorities both regionally and internationally.

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Innovationscenter Boston

Innovation Centre Denmark is building bridges between research institutions and tech companies in Denmark and Boston area; accelerate the entry of Danish companies into Greater Boston Area; and facilitate research cooperation and assist Danish companies in being on the cutting edge of new technologies.

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Knowledge Hub Zealand

Knowledge Hub Zealand is an association and a partnership that was created in 2016 regarding to support knowledge, education and development in Region Zealand - particularly with a focus on the development journey within biotech in Northwest Zealand. Knowledge Hub Zealand is part of the Biotech City Kalundborg, and we therefore work purposefully to support Scandinavia's largest biotech cluster in the goal of becoming an internationally leading biotech and process cluster for education, research and innovation and an international cluster for Industry 4.0 biotech production and process.

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