Celignis founder Dan Hayes
wrote and managed a project, DIBANET
funded by the European Union's FP7 Energy programme. It
involved collaborative research between 13 partners from
Europe and Latin America to develop biorefining
One output of DIBANET
was the development of rapid
biomass analysis models which led to Dan
Celignis in 2014.
Prior to that he also wrote and managed a
number of other research projects during his placement at the University of Limerick.