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If you aren't attending our circus events, don't worry! Circus250 has provided some videos and resources online! To go along with Circus250's programme of events for Bioeconomy Ireland Week. Register to access the videos and resources so you can still join in! These resources will be available for the whole duration of the week, starting […]

Teagasc Bioeconomy Map Series

What are people saying about the bioeconomy? How can you make the right connection for enterprise to reach it’s bioeconomy potential ? Where and what are Ireland’s natural recourses that can be sustainable harnessed? Who and what is the National Bioeconomy Forum? Each day a new, informative map will be shared that will explore these […]

Irish Rural Link – Rubizbo Project Webinar Series – The Bioeconomy

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Irish Rural Link are hosting this webinar as part of its delivery of RUBIZMO, an EU Horizon 2020 funded project in which IRL are one of 16 partners. RUBIZMO- Replicable Business Models for Modern Rural Economies - aims to identify the vital ingredients for developing entrepreneurship and successful business models across the sectors of food […]

Irish Seaweed with Dr Paul MacArtain from Dundalk Institute of Technology

Dundalk Library Roden Place, Dundalk, Louth

Marine algae globally is an industry worth $14 billion and food ingredients and industrial products are reliant on the polysaccharides extracted from marine algae. In Ireland, there has been harvesting of seaweed for industrial purposes since the 1940's with the establishment of the alginate industries (Ireland) in 1947.  Irish seaweeds range from industrially harvested brown […]

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BioBeo and the Bioeconomy

Maynooth Community Library Main Street, Maynooth, Kildare

Maynooth University lecturer, Dr Máire Nic an Bhaird, from the Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education, has a leading role in a €2 million bioeconomy education project for primary, secondary and 3rd level students across Europe. She will join us in Maynooth Library to discuss the importance of the bioeconomy in regard to Europe’s […]

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Scotland & Ireland Bioeconomy Innovation Collaboration: High Value Bio-based Ingredients

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Build connections between Scotland and Ireland Circular Bioeconomy actors to commercialise high value bio-based products and ingredients The circular bioeconomy is a USD $7.7 trillion opportunity for business and a key element in the fight against climate change, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity. Globally, the emphasis on this sector as an engine for economic growth […]

Scenario modelling and monitoring to develop a sustainable bioeconomy in Ireland and Europe

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Bioeconomy project recently launched called INFORMBIO project (https://informbioproject.ie/) funded by DAFM is going to  share its objectives about monitoring the biomass flows and study the future of bioeconomy in Ireland to meet 2050 EU targets. Furthermore, a roundtable with guests from the EU Bioeconomy Monitoring System developed by Joint Research Centre and BioMonitor project (EU […]

Diversity in Bioeconomy

Portershed Eyre Square, Galway

The aim of this event is to create a platform for networking among the diverse range of people that work in the bioeconomy sector in Ireland. Firstly, through shining a spotlight on entrepreneurs, researchers and experts who are advancing the Irish bioeconomy enhancing our economic competitiveness on the global stage. This will be followed by […]

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