Next week more than 300 high-level policy makers, senior industry figures, academics, NGOs and journalists will meet in Edinburgh for EFIB, Europe’s leading event on Industrial Biotechnology and the bio-based economy.
Yesterday, a new High-Level Group on Key Enabling Technologies (KET) was officially inaugurated by the European Commission’s Vice-President Antonio Tajani, Vice-President Neelie Kroes and Commissioner Maire Geoghegan-Quinn.
Today WWF released the report “Industrial biotechnology - More than green fuel in a dirty economy?”. This groundbreaking report explores the transformational potential of industrial biotechnology in contributing towards a low-carbon economy.
Speaking at the fifth International Conference on Renewable Resources & Biorefineries (1) in Ghent, Belgium, EuropaBio’s Secretary General Willy De Greef addressed the potential for agriculture to deliver food, feed and raw materials in an enabling policy environment.
EuropaBio, the European biotech industry association applauds the report “IB 2025: Maximising UK Opportunities from Industrial Biotechnology in a Low Carbon Economy” (1) released today by the UK’s Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR).