• Watch our BioSTEP Video!

      Watch our BioSTEP Video!

      Our movie on the BioSTEP project is now online! Learn more about our objectives, how we are trying to achieve them and through which channels you can get engaged. Also, there are a few nice shots of our "Bioeconomy in Everyday Life" exhibition. More

    • Some results of the BioSTEP project

      Some results of the BioSTEP project

      BioSTEP already published a number of interesting reports, such as a review of bioeconomy strategies at regional and national level and a summary report on the social, economic and environmental benefits of the bioeconomy. More

    • News

      News

      In contrast to traditional plastics that are based on fossil resources, bioplastics are materials that are fully or partially made of renewable resources such as maize, sugar, straw, wood, algae or biowaste... More

    • What is Bioeconomy?

      What is Bioeconomy?

      The European Commission defines the bioeconomy as "the production of renewable biological resources and the conversion of these resources and waste streams into value added products, such as food, feed ... More

    • Video: Bioeconomy starts here

      Video: Bioeconomy starts here

      You may have heard of the bioeconomy and wondered what it is all about. Discover it now – with the video "Bioeconomy starts here". More

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    • Watch our BioSTEP Video!

      Watch our BioSTEP Video!

      Our movie on the BioSTEP project is now online! Learn more about our objectives, how we are trying to achieve them and through which channels you can get engaged. Also, there are a few nice shots of our "Bioeconomy in Everyday Life" exhibition. More

    • Some results of the BioSTEP project

      Some results of the BioSTEP project

      BioSTEP already published a number of interesting reports, such as a review of bioeconomy strategies at regional and national level and a summary report on the social, economic and environmental benefits of the bioeconomy. More

    • News

      News

      In contrast to traditional plastics that are based on fossil resources, bioplastics are materials that are fully or partially made of renewable resources such as maize, sugar, straw, wood, algae or biowaste... More

    • What is Bioeconomy?

      What is Bioeconomy?

      The European Commission defines the bioeconomy as "the production of renewable biological resources and the conversion of these resources and waste streams into value added products, such as food, feed ... More

    • Video: Bioeconomy starts here

      Video: Bioeconomy starts here

      You may have heard of the bioeconomy and wondered what it is all about. Discover it now – with the video "Bioeconomy starts here". More

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