4 - 7 March 2018 | Dublin, Ireland
ECO-BIO 2018 will bring together representatives from both academia and industry to highlight progress and recent developments and the necessary steps to make the biobased economy a reality.
Taking place over two and a half days, ECO-BIO 2018 will comprise plenary talks and forum discussions, parallel sessions, posters and an exhibition together with optional company visits.
Abstracts are invited for oral and poster contributions by 15 September 2017.
One of the main challenges of today’s society involves the much needed transition from an almost exclusively fossil-based economy to a more sustainable one, in order to counteract and reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases and associated rise in global warming.
ECO-BIO 2018 provides a platform where industries, scientists, NGOs and governments will meet each other to discuss the needs of a biobased economy from an academic, environmental and societal point of view including:
- The latest research and innovation in biobased products and processes
- How we embed the biobased economy in society
- Encouraging new research partnerships to enable new cascaded biobased value chains
These developments will have a hugely positive impact on sustainability issues and our future economies. It is time to upscale our innovations and turn them into real, practical solutions.
Abstracts are invited for oral and poster contributions by 15 September 2017 on the following topics:
- new feedstocks (algae, specialty crops, etc.)
- industrial microbiology
- synthetic biology
- metagenomics and mining, computational engineering
- bioactive compounds from nature
Track 1: Scientific Discovery
- renewable products (high performance materials, specialty chemicals, building blocks, food, feed & nutritional ingredients, health, personal & home care, etc)
- consolidated bioprocessing/integration and intensification of bioprocesses
- use of residual streams (MSW, CO/CO2, ….)
Track 2: (Industrial) Technological Development
- ecological aspects (soil, water, human, climate)
- soil and crop management, nutrient cycles
- social, environmental and economic impacts
- biomass supply
- policy and public perception
Track 3: Impact assessment of biobased solutions
- biorefinery concepts
- new value chains/clusters
- green tech capital/investors
Track 4: Innovation and valorisation
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