- Written by Anna Strom
Australian experts on biofuels and biochemicals, as well as some 40
Bio4Energy researchers and a handful of academic representatives of the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, at B4E’s first Miniconference.
The 25 October conference at Umeå, Sweden, is designed to provide a forum for scientists in the rapidly expanding B4E research environment to meet recent recruits and to be informed of new projects. Moreover, programme researchers are set to discuss future applications for funding under the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, as well as define that which research groups can do to provide added value to industry of participating in B4E.