About the Author: Beatriz Deltoro

Bea holds a MSc in Synthetic Integrative Biology (by CSIC and UIMP, ES) and a BSc in Biotechnology (from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, ES). During the latter, she enjoyed an ERASMUS stay at Ghent University (BE). She has also studied a course on Creation and leadership of resilient teams at the University of Chicago (US). Her education and previous experience as a lab manager crystallized in her interest in scientific organization at an international level and exploring innovation as a main motor of change. Her education and previous experience as a lab manager crystallized in her interest in scientific organization at an international level and exploring innovation as a main motor of change.

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Ensuring an accessible bioeconomy: MainstreamBIO digital toolkit

Adopting the bioeconomy may feel a lonely journey, but it is not! Plenty of people have already implemented bioeconomy practices and initiatives. MainstreamBIO has developed a digital toolkit to help you learn about existing successful cases. It can also estimate the impact bioeconomy could have on your enterprise. How can MainstreamBIOā€™s digital toolkit help you? MainstreamBIO aims to support mainstreaming small-scale bio-based solutions in Europe. The project offers tailor-made support through free technical and business services (see this post). It also has recently launched its digital toolkit, a broad, open online resource gathering 6 features: Catalogue of small-scale bio-based [...]

By |April 16th, 2024|Categories: News: Innovarum Projects|Tags: , |

Society and legislation: What impact do their actions have on the future of the bioeconomy?

In 2015, the United Nations (UN) defined and adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in order to reduce social inequalities and protect the planet. Bioeconomy is a field with great potential for impact within this framework, as it affects the three pillars of sustainability: Its use of biological resources from various sectors makes it possible to reduce its environmental footprint, generating more sustainable products and energy. It is also more economically sustainable, as it adds value to residues, which can be marketed as raw materials. In addition, the bioeconomy impacts society by creating new jobs and spreading awareness of the [...]

By |October 23rd, 2023|Categories: News: Horizon Europe|Tags: , , |
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