Accelerating the green transition together

We believe that strong partnerships are what help us advance firmly towards complete solutions. We therefore engage in paid pilots and R&D projects with companies and research institutions that wish to collaborate and innovate for a greener future. 

Paid pilots

We use our materials science and seaweed biopolymer chemistry expertise to develop new lab-to-market solutions customized for your business. Leverage our skills and experience to replace plastics in your production line through collaborative projects​ and do your part in decarbonizing the industry. 

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OUR COLLABORATION WITH NESTLÉ

B’ZEOS has collaborated with Nestlé in the development of food packaging prototypes. In the first collaboration B’ZEOS pivoted from the edible straw formulation to flexible packaging. In the second collaboration B’ZEOS has been working with AITIIP on the pilot scale manufacturing of the flexible films.

Want to collaborate? Get in touch.

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R&D Projects

We partner up with academic and research institutions to engage in R&D projects. You can collaborate with B'ZEOS on your research project to drive new discoveries to market and maximize the potential of your research funding.

 

SOME OF OUR CURRENT R&D PROJECTS 

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Plastisea

Funded by Bluebio, the main objective of the PlastiSea project is to develop novel bioplastic materials based on cultivated and wild species of brown algae. 
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Mark-Seapack

The main objective of this project is to pave the road for seaweed packaging toward commercialization when it comes to legal and regulatory aspects.
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Algipack

Developing home-compostable and biobased, flexible bioplastics using Norwegian cultivated brown algae, offering a sustainable alternative to fossil-based plastic for packaging applications such as films and paper coatings.
 
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SeaweedPack

The aim of the project is to develop and commercialise novel, flexible, and home-compostable films based on seaweed extracts, and thereby contribute to reducing the use of non- or hardly recyclable plastic materials for single-use food packaging specifically.

Ready to start your journey?

If you are interested in hearing more about how we can work together, get in touch.