Under the title “Biomanufacturing a greener future“, the question how biomanufacturing is going to change the chemical industry and the way we produce will be discussed from different perspectives. Which innovations can biomanufacturing make accessible today and in the future? How will it contribute to the biologisation of industries and thus generate new added value? Can it help to meet the challenges of climate change?
Specific market segments, such as the food and feed sector, and at different feedstocks, such as C1 gases or recycling streams will be discussed. In this context, the role of circular approaches will also be adressed. By discussing the implementation of the bioeconomy and biomanufacturing in an international context, the global policy perspective will be included.
CLIB expects more than 180 participants, including representatives from industry, numerous national and international SMEs, research institutions, and stakeholders from politics and associations. The CIC will not only be the kick off the conference year 2024, but – as always – will also initiate partnerships within value networks in the bioeconomy and circular economy.
See the CLIB website for details