Vast volumes of data from satellites in space, drones in the air and sensors on the ground will be harnessed by a pioneering EU-funded project that promises to revolutionise farming, land use, agricultural sustainability and food security.
What is the bioeconomy?
The bioeconomy comprises those parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from land and sea – such as crops, forests, fish, animals and micro-organisms – to produce food, materials and energy. Read more...
High level event: Sustainable & circular Bioeconomy, the European way
22 October in Brussels, Charlemagne Building.
The conference will focus on the need to have a sustainable and circular bioeconomy to enhance the transition in a changed EU policy context and towards a new environmental, social and economic reality.
To know more about the event and the programme please visit event website
2nd high-level FOOD 2030 conference
14-15 June, Bulgaria
The 2nd High-level FOOD 2030 conference will take place on 14-15 June 2018 at the Agricultural University in Plovdiv (BG) under the umbrella of the Bulgarian Presidency. The overarching goal of this conference is engage a wide diversity of actors to build a shared and inclusive vision and provide input to strategic long term Food and Nutrition Security related R&I developments at the EU level.
An open competition to get video clips to be showcased during our High Level Event on 16 November 2017 at the Charlemagne Conference Centre.
The YouTube video clips should not be longer than 2 minutes and focus on innovations, new businesses, companies, social projects related to Bioeconomy. The video clips do not necessarily have to be new but should highlight the innovative technologies or services, products developed, research performed, etc.. and highlight specific contributions to other policies (Growth&jobs, regional development, circular economy, climate change, environment) and/or the topics of the sessions.
The Open completion is now closed
The EU funded MyNewGut project will hold its final conference in Brussels on 18 October.
The conference will outline the key achievements of the project on how the human gut microbiota and its genome (microbiome) influence obesity, behavioral- and lifestyle-related disorders and vice versa.