|The application of Biotechnology to industrial sustainability. A primer.
Author: Organization for economic co-operation and development
|The competitiveness of European biotechnology: A case study of innovation
European Competitiveness Report
Author: Internal Co-ordination group for biotechnology
|The Role of Green Economy in Sustainable Development (Case Study: The EU States)
Author: Olga Lavrinenko, Svetlana Ignatjeva, Alina Ohotina, Oleg Rybalkin, Dainis Lazdans
|A case study on obstacles to the growth of biotechnology
Author: Nuno Arantes-Oliveira
|European Patent Office (EPO) Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) case studies.
|Promoting stakeholder engagement and public awareness for a participative governance of the European bioeconomy
Author: David Charles, Sara Davies, Stephen Miller, Keith Clement, Greet Overbeek, Anne-Charlotte Hoes, Marius Hasenheit, Zoritza Kiresiewa, Stefan Kah, Chiara Bianchini
|Bioeconomy in the Nordic region: Regional case studies
Author: Jukka Teräs, Gunnar Lindberg, Ingrid H G Johnsen, Liisa Perjo and Alberto Giacometti
|Biotechnology in society -Boon or Bane: A Case Study
Author: Aftab Jahan Begum K.A
|Diffusion and economic impacts of biotechnology: A case study for Germany
Author: Sven WydraMichael Nusser
Submariner network is a not-for-profit European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) that brings actors from the whole Baltic Sea Region together to actively promote innovative and sustainable uses of marine resources. It operates across the whole knowledge triangle integrating perspectives from local to international scale, different science disciplines as well as policy and economic stakeholders.
Novozymes are the world leader in biological solutions. They are unique in their dedication to enzymes and microbes. For more than 70 years, their work with these biological problem solvers has made a big difference all around the world.
Novo Nordisk can show the way and set new standards in the healthcare industry. They adopt a circular mindset – designing products that can be recycled or re-used, reshaping our business practice to minimize consumption and eliminate waste, and working with suppliers who share our ambition.
|Swiss Biotech Association
The Swiss Biotech Association is a non-profit, member-driven organization representing the interests of the Swiss biotech industry. Swiss biotech companies are leading the way in developing and commercializing innovative medicines, diagnostics, healthcare treatments, services and enabling technologies.
InSphero is a privately held company that is headquartered in Schlieren, Switzerland with a US subsidiary in Brunswick, ME. The company sets the standard for in vitro testing of novel drugs in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry using an inspired combination of bioengineering, microtechnologies and computational approaches. InSphero`s robust and highly physiologically relevant suite of 3D nSight™ Platforms and Services are used by major pharmaceutical companies worldwide to increase efficiency in drug discovery and safety testing.
|Denmark`s Agro Business Park
Denmark`s Agro Business Park is part of the Scan BaltBioRegion innovation network that brings together academic and industrial research, university hospitals and non-university research institutions, study centres and highly specialised suppliers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical technology sectors from different European countries and regions. The park is specialized in knowledge based innovation and entrepreneurship within agriculture, bioenergy, environmental technologies and food processing.
|European Digital SME Alliance
The European Digital SME Alliance unifies about 20,000 digital EU SMEs thus become the largest network of the ICT SMEs in Europe. The Alliance`s main priorities are focused on: digital skills and sustainable digitalization, ICT standarts for SMEs, Future technologies and Artificial intelligence, etc.
|Biotechnology Innovation Organization
BIO unites biotech innovators and collaborates with various stakeholders to develop, promote and proactively share information that enhances public awareness of biotech innovations and contribution to quality of life and to drive continuous learning and education.
|Top 20 biotechnology companies in Europe making every industry greener
In Europe, the industrial biotech sector is rapidly growing as a response to the environmental impact of current chemical production methods used in all industries. Here are the top industrial biotechnology companies in Europe that transform their production processes to more sustainable alternatives thus making every industry greener.
|8 of the most innovative biotech start-ups in Europe
Here are some of the most European biotech starts-up focused on discovering and developing innovations in medicine, pharmacy, cosmeceuticals, dietary supplements and biotherapeutic products.
|The Innovation Policy Platform (IPP) – ICT and Green Innovations
The Innovation Policy Platform (IPP) is developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the World Bank and represent web-based interactive portal for knowledge, learning resources, indicators and communities of practice on the design, implementation, and evaluation of green innovation policies.