History

Unibio was founded in 2001 by Ebbe Busch Larsen with the primary aim of continuing previous work conducted on converting natural gas into animal protein via fermentation technologies.

The history of Unibio is shown in the timeline below.

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Unibio was founded, with Ebbe Busch Larsen in charge of coordinating the research and development activities.
A Nozzle U-Loop fermentor was put into operation at DTU.
The second part of the Nozzle U-Loop project at DTU was concluded, with results exceeding expectations.
The third part of the Nozzle U-Loop project at DTU was started.
The project was successfully finished with the U-Loop technology documenting a productivity level of 4kg/m3/h.
Unibio received an order confirmation for a pilot factory in Trinidad & Tobago from a client-consortium formed of the National Energy Corporation of Trinidad & Tobago, Evolving Tecknologies and Enterprise Technology Development Ltd. (e-TecK) and the University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT).
The construction of the pilot plant in Trinidad & Tobago began.
The Site Acceptance Test at the T&T pilot plant was concluded.
The pre-commissioning of the T&T pilot plant was started.
The first fermentation was successfully concluded.
Nov - Launch of EFPro² project (Environmentally Friendly Protein Production) with grant support by Innovation Fund Denmark.
Opening ceremony - Unibio U-Loop pilot plant at DTU.
May - Unibio signed its first commercial licence agreement.

Nov - HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark officially opened Unibio´s first commercial U-Loop
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Unibio was founded, with Ebbe Busch Larsen in charge of coordinating the research and development activities.
A Nozzle U-Loop fermentor was put into operation at DTU.
The second part of the Nozzle U-Loop project at DTU was concluded, with results exceeding expectations.
The third part of the Nozzle U-Loop project at DTU was started.
The project was successfully finished with the U-Loop technology documenting a productivity level of 4kg/m3/h.
Unibio received an order confirmation for a pilot factory in Trinidad & Tobago from a client-consortium formed of the National Energy Corporation of Trinidad & Tobago, Evolving Tecknologies and Enterprise Technology Development Ltd. (e-TecK) and the University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT).
The construction of the pilot plant in Trinidad & Tobago began.
The Site Acceptance Test at the T&T pilot plant was concluded.
The pre-commissioning of the T&T pilot plant was started.
The first fermentation was successfully concluded.
Nov - Launch of EFPro² project (Environmentally Friendly Protein Production) with grant support by Innovation Fund Denmark.
Opening ceremony - Unibio U-Loop pilot plant at DTU.
May - Unibio signed its first commercial licence agreement.

Nov - HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark officially opened Unibio´s first commercial U-Loop