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11.11.2019 - 13.11.2019 Hamburg, Germany
BIO-Europe 2019
As Europe's largest life science partnering conference, BIO-Europe offers countless opportunities to engage with global life science partners. Empower yourself with knowledge from key biotech and pharma leaders who will discuss the latest industry trends in workshops and panels.
14.11.2019 - 15.11.2019 Cologne, Germany
8th Biocomposites Conference Cologne
Plastics can be replaced by biocomposites with wood or natural fibres

Biocomposites, especially wood and natural fibre plastic granulates, are being utilised for consumer goods such as music instruments, casings and cases, furniture, tables, toys, combs and trays. The unique look and touch convey high quality and value and are therefore well received by customers. These biocomposites offer a range of possibilities for product differentiation. The biocomposite markets continue to grow: They are stable in established markets like construction and automotive and show strong growth in the more recently developed markets for consumer goods and packaging. This provides ample opportunities for innovative applications from new players.nnThe “8th Biocomposites Conference Cologne” is the world’s largest conference and exhibition on this topic. More than 300 participants from all over the world and 25 exhibitors are expected to benefit from the rapidly growing interest for plastic alternatives.

18.11.2019 - 21.11.2019 Graz, Austria
ESIB
You are active in industrial biotechnology and you are looking for something special? You always thought of an event that not only covers science but also deals with industrial needs and hopes, economic demands, funding resources or political aspirations and still leaves space for networking and recreation? The European Summit of Industrial Biotechnology (esib) is the European communication platform for industrial biotechnology.
18.11.2019 - 19.11.2019 Cologne, Germany
4th International BioSC Symposium "Towards an Integrated Bioeconomy"
Meeting the Grand Societal Challenges and successfully implementing a sustainable bioeconomy requires the contribution of various stakeholders and research disciplines. Basic, applied and industry-oriented research including the natural, agricultural, engineering and economic sciences have to be bundled into a systemic integrative approach. At the 4th International BioSC Symposium, experts from academia and industry discuss recent results and new developments for a sustainable bioeconomy from different points of view.

External guests and BioSC members present their interdisciplinary projects.

•Session I: User experience and user-centered design methods in the bioeconomy

•Session II: Innovative concepts for green value chains

•Session III: BioSC meets friends: Excellence clusters in NRW

•Session IV: (Regional) Implementation of the Bioeconomy: Concepts, products, best practice examples

You are kindly invited to submit poster abstracts until October 6th, 2019. Please address the following topics with your poster:

•Topic I: Economic and socioeconomic implications of the Bioeconomy
•Topic II: Innovative concepts/products for green value chains
•Topic III: Bioeconomy-related cluster
•Topic IV: Implementation of the Bioeconomy




20.11.2019 - 22.11.2019 Brussels, Belgium
G-STIC conference
G-STIC is the key meeting place and global platform for market-ready integrated technological solutions that have the potential to contribute to the achievement of the SDGs.

During the third conference, you can participate in semi-plenary discussions and deep dives focusing on the 6 societal challenges.