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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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Final closing conference of the Marine Biological Structure Cluster. Paris (France)

Start date: 21/05/2019 - 13:30
Last update: 03/04/19

Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking Info Day

An event aiming to spread awareness on the call for proposals. Brussels (Belgium)

Start date: 12/04/2019 - 08:30
Last update: 03/04/19

Save the Date: Blue Bioeconomy Forum Second Conference

BBF second stakeholder event will take place in Brussels on 25 June

Last update: 03/04/19

Baltic Sea Region Mussel Farming & Nutrient Offset Conference

24 April, Malmö (Sweden)

Start date: 24/04/2019 - 09:00
Last update: 03/04/19

©istockphoto_Geshas A green and blue revolution to save the planet and our health

Interview with Pierfrancesco Morganti: how to move towards sustainable biobased plastics and making the most of fish waste

Last update: 01/04/19

©CSIRO Making the most of marine invaders

A Blue Bioeconomy success story: the EU-funded Amalia project has developed ways to create value out of invasive seaweeds

Last update: 01/04/19

Study to support investment for the sustainable development of the blue economy

Competitive multiple framework service contracts for the provision of studies related to the future development of cohesion policy and the ESI funds (Lot 3) : investment platform recommendation - Study

Last update: 01/03/19

Community of Practice Workshop Algae production in Europe: status, challenges and future developments

This workshop will bring together relevant specialists from the Commission services and experts from the algae industry to discuss the following topics: Availability and quality of information on the algae production in Europe; The regulatory framework related to algae production and commercial applications with a particular focus on food but also non-food algae uses; The constraints, needs and opportunities for the sustainable development of the sector.

Last update: 25/02/19

BBF Working Group meetings: March workshops

The Blue Bioeconomy Forum working groups will meet in Brussels on 11-12 March. Join us to discuss the key challenges identified and help find solutions.

Start date: 11/03/2019 (All day)
Last update: 20/02/19

The BBF Stakeholder Event Report is available!

The event report includes information on participants, discussions and results of the working groups.

Last update: 11/02/19

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