HAMK Bio – Sustainable Bioeconomy
Focus of our research
The HAMK Bio research unit develops applicable and business-driven solutions in the fields of bioeconomy. In addition to strengthening the existing industry, we create new knowledge and innovations as well as commercialise and utilise new ideas.
The research is conducted in five diverse research environments, in which the ideas can be tested in practical conditions. Our strengths are practical competence in primary production, increasing value through processing raw materials, and utilizing side streams in the different phases of the value chain.
More projects in English
CO-CARBON – Carbon Smart Urban Green Infrastructure
FRUSH – Innovating the Circular Economy
PoliRural – Future Oriented Collaborative Policy Development for Rural Areas and People
RAHI – Comprehensive recovery of nutrients and carbon from wastewater
SYMBI – Industrial Symbiosis for a Resource Efficient Economy
Projects in Finnish
#Uusimaaseutu – #Nylandsbygd is a project for activating communications in agriculture and rural development among businesses and farmers.
ArvoLiike focuses on developing business opportunities in peri-urban areas through utilising valuable and underutilised plants, new production methods and means of utilisation.
Elämysten hevonen is for improving the profitability in the equine industry through developing the professional competencies of entrepreneurs and modernising the business.
Hyvää karjalle ensures silage quality through digital monitoring and controls barn microbes with natural peptides.
Hämäläinen lähiruokadialogi brings together producers, retailers and consumers in the Häme region to promote local food.
Isosorsimo – rantojen riesasta resurssiksi find ways of utilising Glyceria maxima, a harmful invasive species, e.g. as animal feed or as raw material for bioethanol.
Järkki is a project for finding feasible ways of centralising waste water management and ensuring the circulation of nutrients.
Kaupunkiviljelystä järkiruokaa promotes food production in private housings and small urban communities.
Kestävän hevosmatkailun tiekartta Kanta-Hämeessä promotes sustainable horse tourism through creating a roadmap.
Luomussa vara parempi promotes organic food in the Häme region.
Nurmikoiden biodiversiteetti investigates converting lawns into meadows on experimental plots.
OK – Ojat kuntoon helps land owners and agriculture and forestry communities in surface drainage.
OO – Opitaan ojista aims at improving surface drainage in the Häme region through counselling, education and collaboration.
TyVi aims at securing food production and increasing carbon stocks through improving farmers’ understanding of soil structure and fertility.
Valumavesien hygieniariskit investigates urban waste water and animal farm runoff water management to minimise infection risks.