The Bioeconomy Science Center explanatory film provides a first insight into bioeconomy. It describes how interdisciplinary and integrative research cooperation on a regional scale can be organized and what is required to develop solution approaches for the challenges of the 21st century.Play video
Unfavorable and complex constraints such as limitation of agricultural areas, competing uses of renewable resources – energetically or materially – and changing consumption habits call for new cross-disciplinary approaches from the field of sustainable bioeconomy.
The sustainable production of energy and renewable resources through resource-efficient processes and the development of a closed-cycle economy is an important aspect of adapting to climate change. Already today, the concept of a sustainable bioeconomy offers many solutions for improving climate protection.more
This can only be achieved through sustainable management of our natural resources, including air, water, climate and ecosystems. A sustainable bioeconomy can provide a number of promising solutions in this area.more
Its storage capability is what makes bioenergy such an important part of the future energy mix. It is an indispensable component that can compete with energy sources such as wind and solar energy that are not always available. The sustainable bioeconomy offers solutions for developing integrated production processes for sustainable production.more
Since Monday, the Global Bioeconomy Summit has been taking place - not in Berlin as originally planned but purely virtually. Stakeholders from science, business and politics from all parts of the world exchange views on bioeconomic topics: From strategies in different countries to new business ideas.more
The "Global Food Summit", which is part of the annual Berlin Science Week, takes place with the participation of the BioSC. Christina Kuchendorf (Forschungszentrum Jülich, BioSC) will give a presentation on nutrient recycling using algae. She will also report on the AlgaeFlipper, which is part of the bio-economy exhibition at the MS Wissenschaft (BMBF).more
The website "International Bioeconomy Forum (IBF)" is now online. The IBF was launched in 2016 by the European Commission and provides a platform for the international communication and cooperation regarding the development of a sustainable bioeconomy. Members are the European Commission, Argintina, Canada, China, India, New Zealand, South Africa and USA.more
At the end of September 2010, the founding contract for the Bioeconomy Science Center was signed. RWTH Aachen University, the Universities of Bonn and Düsseldorf and Forschungszentrum Jülich established a cross-institutional and interdisciplinary cooperation in basic and applied research for the transformation to a sustainable bioeconomy, which is still unique today. Ten years later, the BioSC has developed into a renowned center of excellence for bioeconomy research in Germany and Europe, from which numerous contributions to solutions have been developed through integrative research projects and where cross-disciplinary educational approaches have been implemented.more
Dr. Caspar Langenbach receives the Julius Kühn Prize in recognition of his work on the genetic and biological control of the Asian soybean rust fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi.more
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During the Science Year 2020/21, the concept of bioeconomy with all its potentials and challenges can be experienced. Information on events, projects and much more can be found here: www. wissenschaftsjahr.de.
News about sustainable, biobased business in the Rheinische Revier: The BioökonomieREVIER app provides an overview.mehr
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In the Wissenschaftsjahr Bioökonomie, work groups who are members of the BioSC talk about their scientific research.mehr
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