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Two surveys are being conducted currently about biobased subjects. The German Fraunhofer Institute is researching how life and biological sciences can contribute to biobased innovation and BioBridges is assessing consumer knowledge of bio-based products.
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Fraunhofer ISI launched a survey as part of the study ‘Life and biological sciences and technologies as engines for biobased innovation’ that it is conducting for the European Commission, together with BTG and iCons. The survey aims to assess the most relevant and recent innovations driven by life and biological sciences and technologies for the EU in the next 5 to 20 years.

The BBI JU funded projecte BioBridges aims to improve the marketability of bio-based products by fostering close cooperation and partnerships among bio-based industries, brand owners and consumers’ representatives. It developed a survey to assess consumer knowledge of bio-based products. The results obtained will help designing a set of recommendations on how to improve and increase consumer awareness.

Read more about both projects and participate in one, or both surveys using the links below.

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