New FP7 project to investigate hurdles and critical success factors to deploy industrial biotechnology in Europe
The European Bioeconomy Alliance (EUBA) calls on the EU to lead a worldwide transition towards a renewable, low-carbon economy.
Comprehensive study reveals positive macro-economic data on the European Bioeconomy
2.5 billion tonnes of CO2 could be saved per year by supporting the development and uptake of products and processes made with Industrial Biotech.
EuropaBio welcomes the adoption of the Commission’s Circular Economy Package and Action Plan but calls for a realistic appraisal of the EU’s economy and highlights the need for long-term, supportive policy with tangible measures and standards.
For the 8th edition of this market-leading event co-organised by EuropaBio, SmithersRapra and Bio.be, EFIB returns to Brussels, Europe’s capital, for three days of discussion, debate and networking.