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Increasing impact from publicly funded research

Increasing impact from publicly funded research

28 June 2017 | Brussels, Belgium - Lessons from the bioeconomy. Dinner Debate hosted by Lieve Wierinck MEP.

How can we ensure that publicly funded bioeconomy research has a positive impact on society?

ProBIO will be in the European Parliament on 28 June to discuss how to increase impact from publicly funded research, in a Dinner Debate hosted by Lieve Wierinck MEP, member of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee, and shadow rapporteur on the European Parliament’s assessment of the implementation of Horizon 2020.

The debate will be animated by the partners of the ProBIO project, a multi-disciplinary team built around highly specialised green innovation consultancies, with deep experience in innovation support. ProBIO has explored over 400 projects funded by the Knowledge Based Bioeconomy (KBBE) FP7 Programme, to identify the most advanced research results, and provide result owners with individual coaching to help them to commercialise their products and services.

This event will give you the opportunity to debate the barriers to achieving impact from research results, the most appropriate ways to support result commercialisation, and the necessary features of the Horizon 2020 follow-up programme.

Join ProBIO final event on 28 June 2017, from 18:30 to 21:30 in the Member’s Salon, at the European Parliament. For info and registrations, please contact the ProBIO team or download the event's agenda.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration
under grant agreement No 289699

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