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The Slovenian SME Acies Bio partner in three ERA CoBioTech funded projects (C1Pro, SyCoLim and MCM4SB) will participate in the peer review exercise on good practices for Knowledge Transfer organised by the BIOEASTsUP project

The BIOEASTsUP project kindly invites to a peer review meeting “Bioeconomy to boost your business”, which will take place on the 8 December  starting at 14:00 CET.

A peer review is an evaluation and discussion format involving professionals working in a certain field. It does not follow a specific scientific approach, but rather encourages exchange, mutual learning and transfer of good practices. 

The BIOEASTsUP peer review exercise on good practices for Knowledge Transfer is aiming to share knowledge about the development of the effective systems as well as the best-suited approaches to improve implementation of bioeconomy innovative solutions into practice.

Representatives of Citrion, an entrepreneurial non-profit, Greece bioeconomy-oriented start-up company, the Irish-based PhytoTowel, and Slovenian Acies Bio biotechnology contract research organization will talk about their businesses and will share with the attendees their challenges and barriers faced in day-to-day practice. Besides the business case-study representatives, experienced peers will get involved in the discussion to summarize good practices of technology transfer to inspire SMEs from the BIOEAST macro region. Moreover, the role which policymakers can play to support technology transfer and cooperation between research organisations and entrepreneurs to enhance the implementation of bioeconomy initiatives will be discussed. 

The peer review will take place online on the WebEx platform, the registration ends on 7th December at 13:00.  WebEx link will be distributed the day before the event among the registered participants.

The link to the registration is available on the following link: 

More information and agenda [PDF, 1.98 MB, not barrierefree]


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