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What kind of organisation is the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC)? What does BIC do and who are its members? For readers of Agro&Chemistry who have been active in the bioeconomy for some time, this may be quite obvious. But that is not the case for everyone.
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To summarise its purpose and purpose in simple words, BIC recently released a new brochure with a comprehensive title: Creating circular bioeconomy ecosystems through investments, innovation and know-how.

Underpinning this aim is the creation of circular bioeconomy ecosystems by connecting industries, academics, regions and citizens to transform biobased raw materials into innovative sustainable products and applications. This should lead to a leadership role for the European biobased industry in a fully biocircular society in 2050.

To scale up innovations and strengthen the European biobased industry, BIC also represents the private sector (industry) in a public-private partnership with the European Commission. Both parties are investing heavily in this. This partnership is known as the Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking (CBE JU).

BIC is also a partner of Agro&Chemistry Read more in the new brochure (see link below).