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European Bioeconomy week 2019 in Central Region Denmark

2018.05.15Engaged in circular bioeconomy? On the 24 – 28 of June, 2019 you might join in an event that will deal with a new bioeconomy that unites the interests of society, agriculture and industry.

BISC-E: New BioBased Innovation Student Challenge - deadline is April 30

2018.04.13This year, the first Danish edition of the new European student competition BISC-E will be held. BISC-E, short for Biobased Innovation Student Challenge Europe, encourages students to explore the emerging biobased workfield while developing a new biobased product or process. The Danish final will be held on 25 June. Plans for a European competition are being developed.

CBIO can support PhD projects within the circular bioeconomy

2018.03.11For the next GSST-call, CBIO can support 1/3 of a PhD-project. Deadline 10 April.

BISC-E Biobased Innovation Student Challenge Europe - registration is open

2018.02.19This year, the first Danish edition of the new European student competition BISC-E will be held. BISC-E, short for Biobased Innovation Student Challenge Europe, encourages students to explore the emerging biobased workfield while developing a new biobased product or process. CBIO facilitates the Danish edition in cooperation with INBIOM (Innovation Network for BioMass).

New Possibilities for Interdisciplinary Research, Industrial Cooperation and Knowledge Exchange in the Circular Bioeconomy

2018.01.19In 2017, Aarhus University, Science and Technology, has established the interdisciplinary research Centre for Circular Bioeconomy (CBIO). CBIO activities include both basic and applied research ranging from cultivating and procuring biomasses, logistics, management, refining, product development and tests, recirculation, impact on nature and environment as well as research in relation to society and economy.

Research talent on the "Make Our Planet Great Again" team

2018.01.25The French president Macron has selected a young research talent who collaborates with the Centre for Circular Bioeconomy at Aarhus University for the French initiative ”Make Our Planet Great Again”.

GATE: Global analysis of trade related emissions

2017.12.04The growth of global economy while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is the most significant challenge of 21th century. Since in a globalized era, trade plays a significant role for national economies,scientific research has recently focused on the impact of GHG emissions embodied in trade.

New H2020 research project HyFlexFuel aims at producing drop-in fuels for e.g. aviation

2017.12.04 Scientists from Aarhus University, Department of Engineering and iNANO/Department of Chemistry are part of a new research and innovation action funded under the EU Horizon 2020 pillar Societal Challenges.

Two PhD positions available: Sustainable production of biomass

2017.10.06

First PhD student employed with funding from CBIO

2017.09.19Raphael is the first PhD employed with funding from CBIO, and he started his work on September 1st 2017.

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