FORESDA - Clusters have a Significant Role in the Process of Transition towards Bioeconomy


Bioeconomy often implicates reusing and recycling of the products, with the main aim to extend the life cycle of the products and resources. By gathering all relevant stakeholders of the regional innovation system based on the triple- or quadruple helix model collaboration, clusters can facilitate the cross-sectoral collaboration but also support companies in placing the biobased products on the market.  This was one of the conclusion created during the International Conference organized by DanuBioValNet project and the Priority Area 8 of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (PA8 EUSDR) organized in Prague on May 28th. The conference gathered over 80 participants from Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, and other regions who were also informed about the results of FORESDA project related to the cross-sectoral collaboration. More...


Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)