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VICTORIA – A new collaboration in Australia convening government, industry and academic institutes will explore new ways organic food and agricultural waste can be used as feedstock for products in the textiles, healthcare and cosmetics sectors.

A new AU$16.4 million (US$12.1m) BioFactory is to be established on Deakin University’s campus, as part of the Circular Economy Accelerator-Organics) (CEA-O) project.  

“Deakin is a leader in this area. We have a proven track record in engaging with industry and bringing together leading researchers across different disciplines to generate sustainable processes, products and waste solutions for our industry partners and communities,” said university professor Julie Owens.

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