CoE BBE becomes MNEXT

The materials and energy transition is a major challenge, but we are optimistic about the future. We see and seize opportunities to accelerate. Together!

MNEXT, along with the SMEs, forms the bridge between innovation and society. By conducting practice-oriented research with students, teachers, and researchers. By collaborating on educational innovation. This is how we set the materials and energy transition in motion. For a sustainable future.

CoE BBE becomes MNEXT

We are expanding our focus from solely biobased to multiple themes within the materials and energy transition. And that calls for a new name… MNEXT!

07 November 2023
Martijn Zieverink appointed as professor for the Biobased Transitions Research Group at MNEXT
The year is 2073, and the world runs on 100% sustainable resources and energy sources. The market value of oil giants like Shell and Saudi Aramco has evaporated. What has led to the emergence of companies with a market value of 1,000 billion euros, deriving their value solely from biobased resources? What were the, at the time small, transitions that laid the foundation for overcoming the addiction to fossil resources?
26 October 2023
In memoriam: Max Drath
Max was an passionate colleague, full of ideas and enthusiasm. An expert of the outer category. Despite the fact that he had not been involved in the Biobased Construction lectorate for very long, his expertise and friendliness were greatly appreciated by colleagues from day one. Both from hands-on research, as from education and business, everyone knew how to find Max quickly.
05 July 2023
Educate more professionals for the energy transition
A new border region project that will recruit, train, retrain and upskill young people and adults for professions to enable energy transition has started. For the next three years, Avans University of Applied Sciences will be the secretary of the Energy(k) Education project, which is being implemented from the Interreg programme Flanders Netherlands with a grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). In the project, 18 educational institutions, governments, a regional career fund, a regional intermediary and a business organisation from the south of the Netherlands and Flanders are working together. The project came about last year through intensive cooperation between the project partners and Promint project management and has a size of €4,200,000.

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