This event concludes 48 months of research of this programme considered one of the most significant European chemistry research projects in terms of partnerships and funding (€38 million, including €23 million allocated by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme for European Research and Technological Development).
Dedicated to the development of next-generation biorefineries, EuroBioRef has the unique feature of dealing with the entire process of transforming biomass from non-edible crops to final commercial products.
At stake: the emergence of a new European bioeconomy model that is sustainable and generates jobs (200,000 by 2020) > www.eurobioref.org
Thank you to confirm your attendance with Luc Englebos, by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org before February 3rd.
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