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Country: Poland
37 Projects, page 1 of 8
  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 245751
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 669062
    Overall Budget: 2,721,660 EURFunder Contribution: 2,449,500 EUR

    The overall objective of BioEcon is to develop, extend and fully unlock the research potential of IUNG in accordance with the new global strategies trends and changes in national needs through the creation of an excellent international and interdisciplinary department on bio-economy and systems analysis. The knowledge, experience, developed tools, research programme and collaborations will allow the institute to maintain the new unit in the institute also after the completion of the ERA Chairs project, it will operate in close cooperation with the rest of the departments of the Institute, with main purpose being regional development in line with knowledge-based bio-economy. This structural change in IUNG is a response to an identified need and potential on the national level and will receive the support of public authorities, industry and other research structures. The specific objectives of BioEcon are as follows:  Improvement of research organization and management, which includes the administrative and policy structural changes.  Update of Research and innovation strategy, in full compliance with Polish RIS3 and implement a brand new approach of interdisciplinary research performance, aiming to promote and develop bio-economy.  Intensive interaction with policy makers and stakeholders to mobilize regional support, transfer research outcomes and foster the regional development through involvement of all economic actors in a strategic growth path.  Increase research excellence in the field of bio-economy and system analysis through human capacity upgrade, implementation of a training programme, and collaboration with excellent research partners from abroad  Concentration of resources and widening of participation in international, interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral projects through bridging Cohesion and innovation funds with H2020 and other EU funded opportunities  Massive dissemination to promote bio-economy and exploit the existing potential in region.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 247548
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101059420
    Overall Budget: 2,999,030 EURFunder Contribution: 2,999,030 EUR

    The development of the bioeconomy holds great potential for driving growth in a sustainable manner. Still, many European regions have yet to unlock this potential, despite considerable investments in research, innovation and business support. In this context, MainstreamBIO sets out to get small-scale bio-based solutions into mainstream practice across rural Europe, providing a broader range of rural actors with the opportunity to engage in and speed up the development of the bioeconomy. We start with regional Multi-actor Innovation Platforms (MIPs) established in 7 EU countries (PL, DK, SE, BG, ES, IE and NL) to enhance cooperation among key rural players towards co-creating sustainable business model pathways in line with regional potentials and policy initiatives. Alongside them we support 35 multi-actor partnerships to overcome barriers and get bio-based innovations to market with hands-on innovation support, accelerating the development of over 70 marketable bio-based products and services. In parallel, we develop and employ a digital toolkit to better match bio-based technologies, social innovations and good nutrient recycling practices with available biomass and market trends as well as to enhance understanding of the bioeconomy with a suite of educational resources building on existing research results and tools. Along the way, a monitoring and evaluation framework will gauge the performance and impact of our measures, providing us with the intel required to catalyse mutual learning across regions and contribute to the creation of policy frameworks more conducive to the uptake of small-scale bio-based solutions in rural areas. In the process, we cluster with relevant initiatives and offer tools to facilitate the replication of our results, ensuring their long-term sustainability as viable solutions for supporting the growth of local inclusive and circular bioeconomies in other rural areas, that can ultimately link to form a strong EU‑wide circular bioeconomy.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101133904
    Funder Contribution: 1,998,640 EUR

    In response to the increasing need for grassroots initiatives and knowledge sharing to address major challenges such as climate resilience and increased mitigation of GHG emissions, while supporting zero waste and circular economy with biomass reuse, BBioNets will constitute a thematic network that will rely on, promote, and further advance the work carried out by EIP AGRI Operational Groups (OGs) with respect to management and/or processing of agricultural and forest biomass with Bio-Based Technologies (BBTs). Applying the quintuple helix model and a multi-actor approach both within the consortium itself and on the ground activities, BBioNets will set up 6 regional Forest and Agriculture Networks - FANs (IE, ES, IT, GR, PL, CZ) that will ensure balanced representation of all AKIS stakeholders. FANs will identify local needs and, through co-creation and joint actions, prioritise specific BBTs, benefit from and validate knowledge material developed by the consortium building on previous OG and EU-funded project results. They will assist BBioNets in sharing BBT knowledge ready for practice to farmers and foresters, boosting the (re)definition of value chains, stimulating cross-fertilisation beyond borders, and bringing Europe to the forefront of farming, forestry, and bioeconomy with economically viable and sustainable practices. BBioNets’s solid foundation and strength lies in its partners’ a) wide networks covering the Agriculture, Forestry and Bioeconomy world, b) long-established collaborations with OGs, c) extensive knowledge of bio-based technologies and solutions and d) long experience in awareness raising, knowledge transfer, capacity building, networking and value chain creation services.


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