August 10, 2020

Two magazine articles on bioeconomy (in German)

The focus area of the Austrian/German hub is on innovative circular materials. Based on the years of experience in this topic, the hub was invited to […]
August 1, 2020

BLOOM Newsletter July & August 2020

In the last months, most of our planned events have been cancelled due to the Corona crisis. Nevertheless, many of our formats have moved online, and […]
July 31, 2020

BLOOM collaboration with the #bioeconomyatHOME initiative of BIOVOICES

BIOVOICES launched #bioeconomyatHOME, an online education initiative to promote bioeconomy during the health emergency caused by the spread of the Corona virus. This new communication format […]
July 29, 2020

Webinar on circular bioeconomy in our daily life

On May 27 we organised a regional webinar on bioeconomy in the Emmen region. All partners in Emmen supported this webinar, which happened to be an […]
July 24, 2020

Polish Hub Webinar Series

Our already planned webinar journey was faced with the general pandemic situation. We decided to engage our audience with topics close to them and the situation. […]
July 16, 2020

Video Series on Bioeconomy – Bioplastic From Bacteria

Can you imagine how bacteria can help to produce bioplastic? A bioplastic which is biodegradable and even biocompatible? In this episode of the BLOOM video series […]
July 15, 2020

Bioeconomy in our daily life- webinar: “Bioeconomía Circular con el sector del olivar y de la industria del aceite de oliva”

El taller consistirá en un encuentro entre investigadores del ceiA3 y representantes del sector del olivar integrados en la OIAOE. En el taller los investigadores presentarán […]
July 15, 2020

Bioeconomy in our daily life- webinar: “Out of fossils, into …? A check of products from renewable raw materials”

Shirts made of wood, bioplastics from the 3D printer, plates made of wheat gluten, algae for wastewater treatment. The product range of the bioeconomy is wider […]
July 7, 2020

Reading tip: What Germans think about Bioeconomy

Bioplastics and biofuels from residues are popular with Germans, laboratory meat and green genetic engineering are rejected. That emerges from the TechnikRadar 2020 by acatech – […]