Food Waste Prevention and Surplus Food Use in Cafés

Rediscovery Centre The Boiler House, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

The Rediscovery Centre, National Centre for the Circular Economy, is hosting a workshop on food waste prevention and surplus food use in social enterprise and commercial cafés. The workshop is organised as part of an EPA Green Enterprise Food Rescue and Research Café project. The Rediscovery Centre Boiler House Café is tracking the amounts and […]

Skills Required To Grow The Bioeconomy Industry In Ireland


As part of Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2023 and European Year of Skills 2023, we are pleased to present SKILLS REQUIRED TO GROW THE BIOECONOMY INDUSTRY IN IRELAND. Join us for this online forum on October 18th at 10.30am which will include a showcase of the opportunities available within the Irish Bioeconomy and the skills required to grow the […]

Working with Nature: Focus on Forests

McNabb Lecture Theatre, Trinity Business School

Come and meet the experts on the potential for transforming our extractive economy to a ‘nature-positive economy’ – with a focus on new projects in re-forestation and forestry-based enterprises. In addition, there will be time to network with Trinity researchers and Irish nature-based enterprises working in this area. Speakers: Jane Stout: Professor of Ecology and Vice-President for Biodiversity […]

Introduction to the BISC-E: Online Session


Academics and students are invited to join us at 1pm on Thursday 19 October 2023, during Ireland's Bioeconomy Week to: Learn more about what a bio-based product or service is Find out more about what the 2023/24 BISC-E will entail and the timelines involved Meet and listen to the experiences last year's BISC-E Irish winners […]

Bioeconomy: the catalyst for agrifood systems transformation


This event will bring together high-level speakers and leading technical experts across governments, academia, civil society, and the private sector to discuss the link between a sustainable bioeconomy driven by innovations and agrifood systems transformation. The event will lay the ground for a shared vision, unified principles and a collaborative approach, alignment with multilateral commitments […]

Developing plant-based protein value chains


A series of videos debunking myths relating to plant-based protein will be launched. There will be 5 videos addressing different stages of the value chain. Launch will consist of a press release and social media activity, with links to the videos.This involves a collaboration between Protein-I, U-Protein and ValPro Path. The aim of the exercise […]

MIIN in Kerry – Blue Bioeconomy Persepectives

The Rose Hotel, Tralee, Co. Kerry

This upcoming Marine Ireland Industry Network (MIIN) regional event will take place in Tralee, Co. Kerry, where we will hear from blue bioeconomy experts, including national and regional stakeholders, such as Bord Iascaigh Mhara, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Circular Bioeconomy Cluster South West, and a host of marine industry companies with expertise in the blue bioeconomy.

Biochar in horticulture, agriculture and environmental settings

The Glasshouses, Cill Ulta Cill Ulta, Falcarragh, Donegal, Ireland

To celebrate the Bioeconomy Ireland Week – Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR (operating as Cill Ulta) are running a Biochar Symposium on the 20th October from 10am-1pm at the glass houses in Cill Ulta. Guest Speaker Stephen McCormack from the Irish Bioenergy Association will introduce the use of Biochar in Horticulture, Agriculture and Environmental Settings. Stephen […]

Proteins to packaging – Bioeconomy in action

TU Dublin

The TU Dublin School of Food Science and Environmental Health will host an activity-based event in  TU Dublin Central Quad, Grangegorman lab on Friday 20th of October. The events will be hourly from 10am. There will be a variety of agri-food related applications of bioeconomy including demonstrations and hands on activities. For example, activities in […]

Coffee, Conversation and Bioeconomy with Talent4BBI


This is an online event designed to be a relaxed and informal chat to bring together people interested in the topic of the bioeconomy and the Talent4BBI programme, which is Ireland's first industry-led PhD MSCA program, managed by BiOrbic, the Bioeconomy SFI Research Centre at University College Dublin (UCD). The programme brings together a diverse […]

CircBioCityWaste: Transforming Urban Wastes into Agricultural Fertilisers and Bioproducts


Join us at our upcoming workshop on Transforming Urban Wastes into Agricultural Fertilisers and Bioproducts taking place at University of Limerick on Friday, 17th November. The CircBioCityWaste Project is developing a first-of-a-kind cascading biorefinery concept to produce new value chains from urban waste biomass and transforming to biostimulants, biofertiliser, organic acids and bioenergy. At the […]