Building a New Biobased Value Chain: Lab to Market

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Building A New Biobased Value Chain: Learnings from industry and experts on developing new functional innovative ingredients from dairy side streams for pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics and biodegradable packaging markets. In conjunction with Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2021, Munster Technological University and the Circular Bioeconomy Research Group present this INGREEN session where we explore the key learnings […]

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Valuable nutrients in the agri-food sector: European policy insights

European policy insights on valuable nutrients in the agri-food sector In conjunction with Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2021, BiOrbic Bioeconomy Research Centre is delighted to host this session with an expert from the European Sustainable Phosphorous Platform. This event will explore the policy landscape at the European level on valuable nutrients in the bioeconomy, and how […]

The Bioeconomy to 2030: A Researcher’s Perspective

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Teagasc’s Research Directorate was closely involved in the development of the National Bioeconomy Policy Statement, which was published in 2018. It continues to support the development of the bioeconomy though research grounded in science & technology as well as social science-based disciplines. This webinar gives a flavour of some current/recent research across different Teagasc research […]

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 […]

The Bioeconomy at Home- Using domestic food waste to tackle climate change

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Learnings on an all-Ireland level of how your domestic food and garden waste can be sustainably transformed into high value products Bringing the Bioeconomy Home: Learnings from experts on how food waste from your home and garden waste can be transformed to contribute to a valuable local circular economy and the fight against climate change. […]

Biopesticides and Biostimulants for Crop Production

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The aim of this workshop is to engage stakeholders in a discussion about the use of biobased fertilisers and biopesticides in Irish agriculture. The workshop will feature short presentations from researchers working on testing the efficacy, environmental impact and economic feasibility of biobased products in barley growth. These researchers are part of the Department of […]

Pint of Bioeconomy – Pub Edition

Stag's Head 1 Dame Court, Dublin

BiOrbic, in collaboration with Pint of Science, presents an evening of engaging talks that will give you a window into the latest 'bioeconomy' research! What's a bioeconomy? It's an economy that moves away from fossil fuels and instead relies on living organisms like microbes, plants and animals to provide the things we need - from […]

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Circular Bioeconomy Innovation Exchange: Spotlight on Innovators in Agriculture

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The Circular Bioeconomy Cluster South-West Cluster and AgriTech Ireland Cluster are coming together to host an online event to shine a light on companies and leaders who are harnessing technology and innovation to address complex sustainability challenges in agriculture and in tandem building innovative bio-based products, businesses and value chains. In Ireland, we know that […]

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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 […]

The Signpost Series: Biorefinery Glas and the potential of the bioeconomy to transform grassland agriculture in Ireland

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As part of the weekly online Signpost Series, Prof James Gaffey of Muster Technological University alongside Prof Johan Sanders of GRASSA and Wageningen University and Research, and Mr Xavier Dubuisson of XD Consulting will discuss outcomes of the Biorefinery Glas, a European funded Agricultural European Innovation Partnership. Focusing on potential of the bioeconomy to transform […]

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 […]