Nurturing research to vitalise Poland's bioeconomy

Wednesday, 17 May, 2017
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Researchers at the Institute of Soil Science and Cultivation in the Polish town of Pulawy have set out to promote the bioeconomy and its benefits in the region. Their work is backed by funding from the EU's ERA Chairs initiative.

The institute’s drive to advance the bioeconomy takes the shape of a five-year project named BioEcon, which began with the creation of a dedicated research department and the recruitment of a renowned scientist to head it up. The project’s overall objective is to boost and unlock the institute’s research potential in support of Poland’s wider strategy for smart specialisation, which encompasses the bioeconomy as one of several priorities.

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New Strategies on Bio-Economy in Poland
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