MIT projects aim to stimulate innovation in small and medium-sized businesses in the provinces of Drenthe, Fryslân and Groningen. The feasibility study gives you insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the project. You will find out what resources are needed to implement the project and what the chances of success are.
The MIT project I-Nose started in 2019, the aim of this project is to map insect odor and the composition of the odor in separate components.
The insect sector is clearly on the move, from the advice and knowledge session Wadudu sees a clear upward trend in national and international demand for knowledge and cultivation support. Discussions with municipal authorities regarding permits regularly concern the development of odors in insects. Very little is known about this apart from some scientific research at lab level. At the same time, the first discussions arise in the market about the establishment of new insect farms and the immediate vicinity.
The result includes:
• Overview in fragrance composition
• Influence parameters in the culture to control odor / influence climate, feed and management
• An overview of the most suitable techniques for catching insect odors or an impetus for possible new developments
Are you also involved in innovation, knowledge sharing and research or are you thinking about obtaining external advice? Are you an SME and are you planning to invest in innovative developments within your company? look