Scientists have cloned a genetically engineered bull which they hope will help heart valve transplant patients lead better quality lives and benefit people with red meat allergies.
New emissions, monitoring and efficiency standards will help national authorities to lower the environmental impact of the food, drink and milk (FDM) sector in the EU, which represents around 290 000 companies and more than 4 million jobs.
As Steering Group of the Blue Bioeconomy Forum we are now proud to present you this Roadmap for the blue bioeconomy that should help the blue bioeconomy fulfil its potential and flourish. We thank all people that contributed to this Roadmap and the discussions leading to it, and wish this Roadmap is used well!
The new report highlights the relevance of the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) in offering unique opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to de-risk their investment in the bio-based industries. BBI JU also provides a unique opportunity to scale-up their technologies, access markets and get recognition, while protecting the ownership of their technologies and know-how.
It sounds relatively straight forward – big established corporates working harmoniously with smaller, newer start-ups to innovate the food system. The processes may be in place to enable this, but the cultural differences between ways of working in these different organisations bring their own set of challenges.