INRA, Irstea and IFPEN in partnership with the French three Ministries of 'Agriculture et Alimentation', 'Enseignement supérieur, Recherche et Innovation', 'Transition Ecologique et Solidaire' and in partnership with the 'German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture' organizes a European workshop on bioeconomy on 29 and 30 October 2019 in Paris. This workshop is the third one following those held in Paris in 2015 and 2017.
Marina Ramos of the University of Alicante has been invited to the roundtable "Sustainable production of bioressources: what does the research tell us?".
The consortium meeting in the Barbara project will take place this October 16-17st at the premises of Centro Ricerche Fiat (CRF, Torino, Italy), All partners will gather in this event, as to put together the results so far and plan for the future of the project.
Stéphane Kohnen from Celabor team, has been invited by Luxembourg Creative (which defines itself as a conference-meeting forum based in the Belgian Province of Luxembourg that aims to bring together stakeholders from the worlds of research, business and the public sector around a program guided by three key words: Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship) to give a speech about biobased plastic from vegetal waste. He will present our BARBARA project with with the most recent advances.
The event will took place on December 12th. See the link:
Yesterday our partner form FIAT, Andrea Pipino, presented BARBARA project advances in the IFIB – International Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy, which is taking place at Napoles Italy, during the 3-4th October.
On 25 and 26 September, Science is Wonderful! displayed Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions and other EU-funded research and innovation projects in Tour & Taxis. The event was organised with the first edition of the EU Research and Innovation Days.