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CommNet Industry: our PR Desk communicates bioeconomy research to business and gives access to industry fora

The CommNet Innovation Catalogue 2014 with case studies from selected bioeconomy projects is now available!

Education
CommNet Education: communicating food, fisheries, agriculture and biotechnology research to young people

Download the FAB Toolkit materials “Know your food”, available in FR, DE, IT and SP.

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CommNet Media: bringing bioeconomy research to large audiences

View here our latest articles on agriculture, food, sea resources and biotech.

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CommNet Training: improve your strategic and practical communication skills

Free registrations to the next training on Effective & Entrepreneurial Communications for Research Projects in Bioeconomy are open! The training will be held in Tallinn, 29-31/10/'14

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Events
Bioeconomy Impact 2016
Bioeconomy Impact 2016

10-11 Febraury 2016, Dublin, Ireland | The first in a series of annual events which will challenge bioeconomy researchers to critically think about the value, impact and relevance of their research.

Making more of Bioeconomy R&D Results
Making more of Bioeconomy R&D Results

6-7 October 2015, Brussels, Belgium | The first thematic FP7 Results Presentation Event by ProBIO Making more of Bioeconomy R&D Results

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Resilient seeds - Nurturing the future of agriculture
Resilient seeds - Nurturing the future of agriculture

Climate change and man-made events put global food security at risk. But researching how plants produce seeds and evolve could help us find new ways to ensure food security

Is it a real food allergy?
Is it a real food allergy?

Over recent years we have been witnessing  a significant increase in food intolerances and allergy. But when is it really an allergy? Is it possible to prevent by intervening in the very first few months of life?

Pig plague threatens Europe
Pig plague threatens Europe

Europe’s valuable pig industry is threatened by a plague on its eastern borders with vast destructive potential known as African swine fever. Scientists are fighting back. 

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