The agenda and short abstracts of the presentations are now available and can be downloaded here.
The development of sustainable and resource-saving processes is a major focus of R&D&I work, also supported heavily by the European Commission as part of the Green Deal and the sustainability efforts. In this context, biotechnology is already acting as a facilitator to achieve a circular economy and a bioeconomy. With CLIB’s involvement, the EU-funded project FuturEnzyme is trying to achieve big goals with the identification, optimisation, production and application of innovative enzymes to support the transformation of various industrial sectors and their consumer products. Within the project HiPerIn 2.0, CLIB is looking at cross-cutting issues that could support different industry sectors in a structural change away from fossil-based towards biotechnological processes. We are looking forward to presenting the competences and topics we acquire or work on in FuturEnzyme to an interested international audience. With this CLIB Forum event, we want to emphasise and promote the need for collaboration between researchers, entrepreneurs and manufacturers for a greener and more sustainable future. Furthermore, policy makers, funding bodies, investors and consumers are happily invited to join this event.
The FuturEnzyme project partners CSIC, Barcelona Supercomputing Center and the University of Hamburg will present their activities in the project and beyond. Participation is free, but you will need to register via RSVP. The registration is open from now on until 04 September 2022.
English event site (for registration)