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  • Flemish position paper on the European ninth Framework Programme for RTD

    Flemish position paper on the European ninth Framework Programme for RTD

    The next, ninth FP (FP9) concerns many national/regional stakeholders, has an important impact on the science and innovation performance of a country/region by the funding volume and underlying principles that express common values shared by the member states of the European Union, the European Commission and the associated countries. Hence, the Flemish Department of Economy, Science and Innovation took the lead in organising its stakeholders to prepare a common position paper on FP9. In this paper, we make clear which general principles are important for us, but we do not want to “hide behind the headlines”1 and hence, propose some ideas on how to implement these principles or to tackle urgent issues.
  • Cover Unesco Science Report, towards 2030

    Unesco Science Report, towards 2030

    De titel van het rapport verwijst naar de recent vastgestelde Sustainable Development Goals van de VN die in 2030 behaald moeten zijn. Onderzoek en innovatie zouden daarbij een belangrijke rol moeten spelen. Deze editie van het Unesco Science Report zou dan ook een bijdrage moeten leveren bij het uitstippelen van de route naar duurzame ontwikkeling.
  • Sustainable use and creation of value from renewable raw materials for biobased industrial production such as biomaterials and green chemicals in Flanders

    The aim of this study is to support the Government of Flanders in developing its own strategy for a biobased economy (BBE) and to draft recommendations for an integrated and sustainable economic innovation policy. In order to develop this strategy, Flanders’ assets must be identified and used as the basis for defining policy choices for the BBE; in other words, how can Flanders optimally use its positive starting position with a strong chemical i…
  • The Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE) in Europe: achievements and challenges

    The increasing demand for a sustainable supply of food, raw materials and fuels, togetherwith recent scientific progress, is the major economic driving force behind growth of theKnowledge Based Bio-economy (KBBE) in Europe over the last few decades. The bioeconomy– the sustainable production and conversion of biomass, for a range of food,health, fibre and industrial products and energy, where renewable biomass encompassesany biological mater…
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