Registration opening soon
The global population is growing, our standard of living is increasing, and we are faced with various environmental challenges. This requires us to transform today’s oil-based economy towards the sustainable use of renewable resources, that is to say, towards the “bioeconomy”.
This forum aims to:
- Bring together Queensland’s key industry stakeholders across industrial, agricultural and environmental biotechnology to discuss approaches and technologies that support a growing local bio-based economy meeting global demand for more sustainable energy, processes and products.
- Ensure the bioeconomy is recognised as an important opportunity for Queensland’s future economic and social development and provide an opportunity to the State can work together to encourage the development of technologies that make our lives and environment cleaner, safer, and healthier.
- Focus on the agricultural and industrial aspects of bioeconomy, including synthetic biology and novel foods.
Speakers, program and registration will be all made available soon.