At this year’s internal retreat more than 130 BioSC members met in the Maternushaus in Cologne to learn about latest developments. While BioSC projects were presented in the morning, the afternoon presentations included as well talks about externally funded projects and information about funding programmes in the framework of bioeconomy.more
On 10 November the BioSC was presented at the yearly RWTH Aachen Science Night. The lecture given by Prof. Björn Usadel as well as the exhibition stand had many visitors.more
Connect with other young scientists and learn more about alternative career opportunities in the bioeconomy! We invite all interested doctoral students to attend the 2nd state-wide PhD-Day "Future Bioeconomy"
Present your PhD work in a poster and win an award for the best poster!more
On 28. September 2017 the next BioSC Lecture is taking place on the occasion of the 40 years’ jubilee of biotechnology at Forschungszentrum Juelich at the this year’s Jülich Biotech Day 2017. Prof. Sang Yup Lee from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea, will present current developments and trends in “Systems metabolic engineering for the bio-based production of chemicals”. Prof. Francis H. Arnold from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USA, will give a recent insight into “Innovation by evolution: Bringing new chemistry to life”.more
The agenda for the 2nd BioSC Symposium „Towards an Integrated Bioeconomy“ on 28th November 2017 is online. There will be posters and oral presentations under the main topics “Socioeconomic Perspectives within a Sustainable Bioeconomy”, “Innovations for Plant Production and Resource Management” and “Green Value Chains ‐ Processes and Products from Biomass”. The agenda for the 4th internal BioSC Forum on 27th November 2017 is online as well.more
Scientists, practitioners and representatives from central organizations met at Campus Klein-Altendorf on September 1st, 2017 to exchange about the low-input plant Silphium. Besides several talks there was as well a guided tour to see the field experiments. The participants jointly agreed that cup plant has still a high potential.more