COVID-19 Updates: State of public health emergency declared.
The Bio-Industrial Opportunities Section (BIOS) provides technical and industry development support for the development, scale-up and commercialization of non-food value-added products and applications. Adding value to Alberta’s biomass resources helps to create jobs, stimulate economic diversification and grow the provincial economy.
A team of dedicated professionals can help you advance your bio-based project, from biomaterials and bio-based chemicals to bioenergy and natural health products.
The Bio Processing Innovation Centre (BPIC) – operated by BIOS – provides essential product development and scale-up support. BPIC offers a suite of facilities, lab- and pilot-scale production equipment, and expertise to help companies succeed.
Find out more about our services.
Was this page helpful?
Your submissions are monitored by our web team and are used to help improve the experience on Alberta.ca. If you require a response, please go to our Contact page.
You will not receive a reply. Submissions that include telephone numbers, addresses, or emails will be removed.