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19 October 2017
Martha M. O’Kennedy
Trade and production
Moving Africa Towards A Knowledge Based Bio-economy; How Can Sweden Assist?
 
Bilder
26 February 2015
Industrial Oil Crops Supplying the Chemical Industry

Presented by Anders S. Carlsson at the workshop "Moving Africa Towards a Knowledge based Bio-economy: How can Sweden assist?" organised by the SIANI Bio-economy Expert Group on 3 December 2014. 

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Moving Africa Towards A Knowledge Based Bio-economy; How Can Sweden Assist?
 
Bilder
26 February 2015
Emerging initiatives in an African Bioeconomy

Presented by Martha M O’Kennedy at the workshop "Moving Africa Towards a Knowledge based Bio-economy: How can Sweden assist?" organised by the SIANI Bio-economy Expert Group on 3 December 2014. 

Trade and production
Moving Africa Towards A Knowledge Based Bio-economy; How Can Sweden Assist?
 
Bilder
26 February 2015
Developing an African bio-resource based chemical industry

Presented by Ephraim Nuwamanya at the workshop "Moving Africa Towards a Knowledge based Bio-economy: How can Sweden assist?" organised by the SIANI Bio-economy Expert Group on 3 December 2014. 

Trade and production
Moving Africa Towards A Knowledge Based Bio-economy; How Can Sweden Assist?
 
Bilder
26 February 2015
Domsjö Fabriker – The unique Biorefinery

Presented by Hans Grundberg at the workshop "Moving Africa Towards a Knowledge based Bio-economy: How can Sweden assist?" organised by the SIANI Bio-economy Expert Group on 3 December 2014. 

Trade and production
Moving Africa Towards A Knowledge Based Bio-economy; How Can Sweden Assist?
 
Bilder
26 February 2015
What Remains to be Discovered: Unlocking the Potential of Modern Biosciences

Presented by Martina Newell-McGloughlin at the workshop "Moving Africa Towards a Knowledge based Bio-economy: How can Sweden assist?" organised by the SIANI Bio-economy Expert Group on 3...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
Blogg
15 May 2014
Insects to feed the world! Seriously? Absolutely! – Day One at the City of Insects

The demand for protein sources of animal origin is increasing worldwide and the hunt for alternatives is on. Insect derived protein for human consumption and for animal feed is a hot topic and the 2013 FAO-report on the same topic states that innovative ways of producing food to support the growing world population is inevitable.