Future skills for Bioeconomy – Agriculture, Food and Feed


Future skills for Bioeconomy

06 Apr 2022


Transition2BIO Co-creation workshop

‘Future skills for Bioeconomy’
Agriculture, Food and Feed

6th of April, 15:00 – 17:30 CET

The workshop aims to identify the future skills and related educational needs in the European bioeconomy, particularly in Agriculture, Food and Feed.

‘Future skills for Bioeconomy’ activities will use a bottom-up approach to identify and define the skills for the development of the new workforce in the bioeconomy, involving all the key stakeholders.

The participants will have the opportunity to provide their opinions and points of view on this topic, contributing to the research of the University of Bologna within the H2020 project Transition 2BIO.

See the full Agenda here!

 This event is the first of five Transition2BIO co-creation workshops ‘Future skills for Bioeconomy’. Each of them will focus on different bioeconomy sectors, involving the key stakeholders to find out the future skills and educational needs in the European bioeconomy.

 You can register here!

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