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Summer20220 AnnaStromIn the busy world of a Bio4Energy researcher, summer is a time for many of taking the foot of the gas. Perhaps to go for a relaxing time at the lake instead, as the photographer did. Photo by Anna Strom ©2022.It is the time of the year when we allow ourselves to take a break, to come back in autumn with sunshine and blue skies behind our eyelids; ready to tackle a new semester of making tools and methods for producing biofuels, "green" chemicals and bio-based materials.

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External Opportunities




Third Generation Biofuel: A Sustainable Source Of EnergyTechnology Times

Over 150 industry leaders and organizations call for decisive government action to enable full decarbonization of international shipping by 2050, Global Maritime Forum



A fossil fuel free Sweden is within reach, Race to Zero (campaign website)

Open Science and the UNESCO initiative - opportunity to republish ISC statement - International Science Council








From idea to market '15 EU success stories' - Study, Bio-based News


Boosting Bioeconomy Knowledge in Schools, European Schoolnet Academy

From research to consumers: unlocking new value chains for sustainable bio-based products, BIOrescue/Alpha Galileo







New opportunities for circular bioeconomy research, Aarhus University/Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture

ThinkForest Seminar: Circular bioeconomy can create a sustainable, renewable society, Il Bioeconomista

The EU Bioeconomy Stakeholders Panel launched the European Bioeconomy Manifesto, Il Bioeconomista


European Commission launches Knowledge Centre to provide scientific evidence on bioeconomy, Bio-based News

Networks Wood Science & Technology, Nordic Forest Research








Aarhus University will be setting up a Programme for Biorefining, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, AArhus University