Bioeconomy will play a central role in the transition to a sustainable society. What pathways to a bioeconomy are there? Discuss the options at this seminar.
The Land and Poverty conference presents the latest research and innovations in policies and good practice on land governance around the world.
This international training program takes intellectual property as a tool to support innovation in low-income countries for the benefit of industry, research institutions and farmers.
In June 2018, AgriFoSe2030 organized a writeshop in Gothenburg to gather ideas from young African researchers and produce a book with success stories from research about multifunctional...
The International Training Programme is directed to individuals that are policy-makers with a mandate to implement changes relevant for intellectual property and innovation in relation to genetic...
Biodiversity loss narrows down the possibilities we have to discover innovative solutions to a sustainable food system. It reduces our chances to succeed.
EU-funded BONUS RETURN project is offering pre-commercialisation support to top innovations addressing nutrient and carbon reuse in the Baltic Sea.
Hållbar produktion och konsumtion möts i ett dynamiskt samspel mellan människors långsiktiga behov av hälsobefrämjande och näringsrika livsmedel och produktions- och förädlingsmetoder som...
Does this sound like it’s from a sci-fi movie? An empty, underground car park with huge metal cylinder tanks spread throughout. Inside these tanks you can find… lettuce, pak choy, kale, coriander, and even strawberries – in the middle of winter!
Researchers are still arguing about the definition of bioeconomy. However, it is an exciting concept that stimulates innovation and resource efficiency with a market value in mind. All essential for sustainable development. Clearly, the bioeconomy pathway will require transparent knowledge sharing, cross-sector collaboration and a novel view on academic research.