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.


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


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 […]