8 Juni 2015

Get involved to European bioeconomy and Industrial Biotechnology with BIO-TIC and BIO-QED in Brussels

The nova-Institut together with all partners from the European projects BIO-TIC and BIO-QED to invite participants to Brussels, 23-24 June

Dear bioeconomy experts and stakeholders,

on 23 and 24 of June 2015 you have a great opportunity to get deeper involved into the European bioeconomy and Industrial Biotechnology with two high-level events directly linked to each other. The nova-Institut together with all partners from the European projects BIO-TIC and BIO-QED invites you to be part of:

From bugs to business: Unlocking the Bioeconomy in Europe

23 June 2015, 13.00 – 18:00, Brussels, Belgium

All you need to know about industrial biotechnology in Europe in one conference! Embark on the bioeconomy journey!

Join the High Level Policy Conference and witness the state of play of industrial biotechnology in Europe with keynote speeches from innovative companies and European bodies. Learn about ways to unlock the opportunities provided by this key enabling technology. Attend the launch of the BIO-TIC roadmap committed to tackling industrial biotechnology hurdles in the EU and discuss with policy makers, industrial players, entrepreneurs and academia.

Find the programme on http://bio-tic-conference.eu/programme and register at http://bio-tic-conference.eu

For more information about the BIO-TIC project, go to www.industrialbiotech-europe.eu

BIO-QED midterm stakeholder workshop

24 June 2015, 14:00 – 17:00, Brussels, Belgium

Opening new industrial routes for the production of important chemicals from renewable sources rather than traditional petrochemical sources: this, in summary, is the aim of the BIO-QED project, financed by the European Union as part of the Seventh Framework Programme, involving 10 partners from 6 European countries (Italy, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Croatia and Spain).

BIO-QED is on the way to face some of the key hurdles to bring products from industrial biotechnology to the market! So join this workshop to get involved.

Find the programme on http://bio-qed.eu/workshop/programme and register fro free at http://bio-qed.eu/workshop

For more information about the BIO-QED project, go to http://bio-qed.eu/
We hope to see you in Brussels.

With best regards,
Achim Raschka

Source: nova-Institut, press release, 2015-06-05.
Author: Achim Raschka (nova-Institute)


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