First EBU All-Circles Meeting
Yesterday, the EBU welcomed 2 new affiliated University partners (SGGW, SLU) and 3 new industry partners (BIOeast, EFI, European Bioplastics) into its network.
The meeting revolved around exploring existing projects, how new partners can participate, and it provided an outlook at new focus areas to base joint programs on. Despite it being the first meeting in this larger consortium, it was already apparent what doors could open up through this new collaboration.
By further developing and strengthening our Network, we will increase our capacity to develop more and exciting projects, with an even greater number of smart minds attached to every single one of them.
It will enable the EBU and its partners to provide more opportunities for researchers, students and businesses, in order to become important players in the transition to a sustainable Bioeconomy.