TWB is organizing a seminar on 13 January 2017 in Toulouse to explore partnership opportunities in the fields of biocontrol, biostimulation, and bioremediation using microorganisms. The services offered by the partner companies in the SuperBIO project will be presented with the aim of strengthening the value chains which will bring an idea closer to its market.
TWB is one of the partner clusters of the European project H2020 SuperBIO, which is aimed at developing new, trans-border and cross-sectoral chains in bioeconomy, involving SMEs.
In this context, TWB offers its expertise and its network of industrial partners to prepare application forms.
The workshop will take place on January 13, 2017, from 12:30 to 19:00, at the INRA Auzeville Center (Toulouse, France). It will focus on the use of microorganisms and their products in biocontrol, biostimulation and bioremediation.
The purpose of the workshop is to link up the different European actors working in the fields of biocontrol, biostimulation, and bioremediation in order to build collaborative innovative projects. The SuperBio partners companies will present their service offer (discounted for SMEs in the framework of SuperBIO) which can bring projects closer to the market (e.g. techno-economic analysis, market analysis, life cycle, proof of concept, scale-up …).
In open access, the workshop is intended for any structure (SME, large group, public laboratory, etc.) wishing to cooperate in a value chain relating to the themes of the workshop or, more generally, of bioeconomy. Any person wishing to learn more about the SuperBIO network is also invited to participate in this event.
- More information: Marie Tranier – Manager SuperBIO project for TWB – email@example.com
- Workshop flyer: download
- Programme & Registration (compulsory, online): here
Read more: http://www.h2020-superbio.eu/