BIO-TIC: Your Gateway to the European Bio-economy

The BIO-TIC partnering platform is a cooperation platform that provides access to thousands of companies, universities, research institutions and various other stakeholders of the European biobased community. This free information and communication service is offered by the BIO-TIC consortium to encourage cooperation, joint research and technology transfer. The platform will enable you to find and contact potential cooperation and business partners across Europe in order to strengthen the European bioeconomy.

 

Highlights

  • Participation in the webinars is free of charge. You just have to register HERE. If you are already registered with BIO-TIC just log-in with your personal log-in credentials.

    Where next: Industrial Biotechnology?
    7 July 2015, 10:30 – 11:30 am CET

    Register HERE

    The following webinars can be downloaded after log-in

    BIO-TIC Business Case: Biosurfactants, 22 May 2015
    BIO-TIC Business Case: Chemical Building Blocks, 26 May 2015
    BIO-TIC Business Case: CO2
    European Bioeconomy revisited: How far have we come?
    BIO-TIC Business Case: Advanced Biofuels

    Register HERE
  • BIO-TIC is pleased to invite you to its high level policy conference, on 23 June 2015 in Brussels. The conference marks the final stage of the project that was launched in 2012 with the vision to investigate hurdles and critical success factors to deploy industrial biotechnology in Europe.

    At the conference you will be able to:

         Learn about the opportunities provided by this key enabling technology.
         Witness the state of play of industrial biotechnology in Europe with keynote speeches from companies and government bodies.
         Engage in discussions during dedicated panel debates.
         Network with key players on the industrial biotech sector
         Explore industrial biotechnology products and tools in the exhibition space.

    Register HERE
  • BIO-TIC is proud to announce the public launch of three “bio-Roadmaps” focusing on the market potential, R&D priorities and non-technological hurdles of IB innovation in Europe. The BIO-TIC roadmaps formulate action plans on how the various stakeholders can work together to overcome the major current and future issues that hamper the huge potential that IB for Europe to be realized. The current version (January 2015) is the third draft of the roadmaps. The final roadmaps, which will be available in July 2015, will show the …..

 

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