It is a great honor that the BIOEAST initiative was also able to present itself at the five days EuroScience Open Forum. In the section of Systems ’integrators for a Sustainable Circular Bioeconomy, Barna Kovács Secretary General of the BIOEAST Initiative spoke about the steps taken by the BIOEAST countries to make progress in sustainable bioeconomy. He highlighted that researchers have a huge role to play in creating local added value for biomass.
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