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23.09.2019 - 29.09.2019 Various events
European Biotech Week
The European Biotech Week celebrates biotechnology, an innovative and vibrant sector launched by the discovery of the DNA molecule back in 1953. The first European Biotech Week that took place in 2013 marked the 60th anniversary of this pivotal moment in history.
23.09.2019 - 25.09.2019 Bielefeld
9th Int. CeBiTec Research Conference Bielefeld
The 2019 International CeBiTec Research Conference “Advances in Industrial Biotechnology” focuses on “Renewable feedstocks and synthetic pathways for production of fine chemicals” and will promote scientific excellence in microbial biotechnology by providing leading scientists and young researchers with a platform to present their work, to discuss current scientific understanding along with recent developments in key areas of industrial biotechnology, and to identify the priorities for further research.

The meeting will feature invited plenary lectures, poster presentations, short oral presentations and a podium discussion on white biotechnology.

26.09.2019 Düsseldorf
ECP Summer Summit
The ECP Summer Summit is the brother of European Chemistry Partnering. Your benefit: You see your customers, investors and partners more frequently and can speed up the initiation of business. The chemistry community is growing.

From Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands new participants are expected due to the proximity to Dusseldorf.
30.09.2019 - 02.10.2019 Brüssel, Belgien
Industrial Biotechnology is currently worth €23 billion representing just 6% in sales of the overall worldwide chemicals market. However, it is significantly out-performing the overall chemicals market at an impressive 20% annual growth rate and has the potential to become the dominant technology of tomorrow’s chemicals industry, representing a huge future opportunity.

Delivering on this opportunity will require significant investment, innovation and value chain development and most importantly new collaborations across the sector. Additionally we are faced with important challenges posed by high energy prices, the impact of the shale gas boom on the development of biobased chemicals markets and the ongoing need for predictable, coherent and supportive policy in the EU.

In order to understand and overcome these challenges and prosper in tomorrow’s bioeconomy, for more than ten years, industry experts throughout the vibrant and innovative biobased community have come together to one central location every year to discuss the key issues and gain a snapshot of the most significant developments on scale up of commercial biorefineries around the world.

That location is the European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology & the Bioeconomy (EFIB), where delegates are provided with an update on the status and outlook of biobased industries. EFIB is proud to foster engagement between policy makers, a broad range of stakeholders connected with the existing biobased value chain and seeks to reach out to, and include, new interlocutors.

In the last decade, EFIB delegates, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers have been showcasing innovative products and processes that deliver solutions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Last year, we celebrated the Industrial biotech communities’ latest achievements in harnessing the power of innovation to deliver solutions to global grand challenges. Influential brands and industry leaders met in Toulouse, France, with a broad range of stakeholders and policy makers to discuss the transformative potential of Industrial Biotechnology to create a smarter and more sustainable future.

03.10.2019 London, UK
European Innovation Summit
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” This aphorism has held firm since Peter Drucker first pronounced it. Drucker does not mean to dismiss the importance of strategy, but he implies that a powerful and empowering company culture is a vital route to a business’s success. Innovation continues to push the limits of companies all over the world, and keeping up with the pace of change has become a skill of its own. Innovation can be a catalyst for growth, but also a risky expense that makes business leaders reluctant to initiate ideas. How can innovators push forward existing technologies, devise new strategies and embed innovation in the culture of businesses that are struggling to adapt? How can innovation be built into strategies for the short, medium and long term, whilst considering technologies that are not even available yet?

As an antidote to the typical tech conference, filling heads with wonder at the next transformational tools, The Economist Events takes a step back to look at how business leaders tackle the challenge of introducing and incorporating innovations into the day-to-day lives of their employees. Join editors from The Economist, Fortune 500 leaders, policymakers, academics, corporate entrepreneurs, innovation directors and business development executives as they share their insights and discuss the future of integrating innovation.



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