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BioCannDo: 3rd Networking Webinar on the Communication of Bio-Based Products

Join BioCannDo for a webinar on Apr 18, 2018 at 11:00 AM CEST.

Register now!

Are you involved in the development of the bioeconomy and/or of innovative bio-based products, and  interested in communicating about the benefits bio-based products offer to the larger public? Then you may want to engage with others that share your interest and join our webinar.

The European project BioCannDo, coordinated by FNR, is about explaining the idea of the bioeconomy and of bio-based end-products in a clear and understandable language, in a scientifically correct manner, and connecting it to everyday life. Collaboration partners can share and learn about good practices in approaches and formats for communication to the general public.

What can you expect from the webinar:
First you will receive information about the mid-term results of the BioCannDo project. Next, we will inform you about the BioWatch platform, the new one-stop shop for all things on research and technological development within the bioeconomy. Finally, you will hear about good practices showcasing innovative bio-based products - a journey along recent examples of inspiring exhibition concepts and formats.

Webinar agenda:
1. BioCannDo mid-term results – Erik Lohse, FNR
2. BioWatch: The new bioeconomy RTD platform - Sam Davis, BioWays project
3. Good practices showcasing innovative bio-based products – John Vos, BTG

Interested? Check our website to learn more about BioCannDo and register now to join our 1-hour webinar on Wednesday 18 April (11:00-12:00 CEST).
You are welcome to share this invitation with other members of the bioeconomy community.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The BioCannDo project has received funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 720732.



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