COOPID – Knowledge Transfer of Bioeconomy Approaches for Primary Producers

Led by CircBio Research Group at Munster Technological University, check out our social media campaign for the COOPID Proejct where you are in with a chance to participate in unique European Bioeconomomy Site Visits & Knowledge Exchange activities. Check out our LinkedIn page and Twitter throughout the week.

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Virtual Tours of Bioeconomy Sites

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Sit back and relax as we go on a vitrual tour of Oilean Glas Teoranta’s Seaweed Processing Plant in Kilcar, Donegal, Novamont's facility Italy which manufactures Compostable Resins & Pannonia Bio-Biorefinery in Hungary.   OGT’s Seaweed Processing Plant in Kilcar, Donegal Oilean Glas Teoranta (OGT) was established in 2004. The company harvests seaweed in Donegal […]

Policy Levers in the Bioeconomy

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Policy insights arising from the National Bioeconomy Forum with which to promote the Irish Bioeconomy.

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Plastics Bioremediation

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A discussion session focussing on research in Ireland to deal with plastic waste.

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BiaSol Brew Flour bioeconomy product

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A discussion with Biasol, showcasing of homegrown Irish bioeconomy innovation through their company and their product, Brew Flour.    

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SME Businesses Developing Biobased Products

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This event will showcase innovative companies who are producing biobased products. We’ll hear from Woolcool which produces packaging from sheep’s wool, Heaxafly which farm black solder flies, Celignis which will talk about the blue economy using seaweed and Meade Potato which have developed the first starch plant from waste potatoes.   Commercialising a Natural Material […]

Bioeconomy – The Blue Perspective

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Launch of a new event series run by Marine Innovation Development Centre, Údarás na Gaeltachta and the Marine Institute. This is an informative event outlining what the blue bioeconomy is, showcasing the relevant supports available within the blue bioeconomy and an overview of projects and businesses operating within the blue bioeconomy. For more information and […]

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Financing the Bioeconomy

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Financing the bioeconomy is always a new challenge. This event will outline the help available to assist in navigating the pathway across the difficult valley from ‘Research to Business funding’. We will also hear about sources of funding from the European Circular BioEconomy €250 million Fund.   MPowerBIO Empowers Clusters to Bring SMEs Across the […]