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The bioeconomy comprises those parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from the sea – such as fish, algaeand micro-organisms – to produce food, feed, materials, energy and medicine

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©istockphoto.com/Theerawat Payakyut Finland, Portugal and Spain announce collaboration on Blue Bioeconomy

On 1 October 2018, Finland, Portugal and Spain have announced further collaboration on Bioeconomy, and more especially in the Blue Bioeconomy sector

Last update: 16/10/18

The new Bioeconomy Strategy of the European Commission has been published!

On 11 October 2018, the Commission has put forward an action plan to develop a sustainable and circular bioeconomy that serves Europe's society, environment and economy.

Last update: 12/10/18

Seagriculture 2018 (7th International Seaweed Conference)

Place: Galway, Ireland

Start date: 06/11/2018 (All day)
Last update: 28/09/18

Sustainable and circular Bioeconomy, the European way

Place: Brussels, Belgium

Start date: 22/10/2018 - 00:00
Last update: 28/09/18

AlgaEurope 2018

Place: Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Start date: 04/12/2018 (All day)
Last update: 28/09/18

©istockphoto.com/Riekkinen Mapping Europe’s blue biotech potential

In the past years, European regions have focused on developing Smart Specialisation strategies to respond to the need for transformation and modernisation of their economy. We asked Lucas Bosser from CPMR how European regions have included marine biotechnologies in these strategies.

Last update: 25/09/18

3 questions to Silvia Fluch from ecoduna AG/eparella GmbH

With our "3 questions to" series, we ask business stakeholders their views of the Blue Bioeconomy sector. This month, Silvia Fluch from ecoduna AG/eparella GmbH tells us about sustainability, finding your market, and how to have impact.

Last update: 25/09/18

Commissioner Vella on the future of the Blue Bioeconomy in Europe

The European Commission will announce its renewed Bioeconomy Strategy in the coming month. The potential of the Blue Bioeconomy remains largely untapped, inspite of its riches, and of the many research projects that are now able to turn discoveries into actual products. We asked Commissioner Vella to describe the European Commission's vision for the Blue Bioeconomy sector in the coming years.

Last update: 25/09/18

©istockphoto.com/Velvetfish Blue Bioeconomy Forum Activities: Autumn update

BBF first event – Steering group – Working groups – Stakeholder consultation

Last update: 25/09/18

©istockphoto.com/Theerawat Payakyut First Event of the European Blue Bioeconomy Forum

The Blue Bioeconomy Forum hosted its first stakeholder event on 7th December 2018 in Amsterdam

Start date: 07/12/2018 - 08:30
Last update: 25/09/18

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