Considering the complex challenges raised by bringing biorefineries into the industrial arena, the European Biorefining Training School, founded in 2011, aims to offer an introduction to the key subjects and provide insight into many of the diverse issues that surround the bioeconomy transition. The training school will take place in Budapest, on July 7-10 and is a concept developed and trademarked by three world-class research institutes: National University of Athens of Greece, Wageningen University of the Netherlands and INRA of France and has secured Novozymes as main sponsor for its third edition. The school offers a chance for PhD students, decision makers and professionals on the emerging field of bioeconomy to learn about the latest knowledge and developments by internationally renowned researchers. It is also an excellent opportunity to visit three Hungarian biorefining factories, to learn about currently available methods and good practices in the region.
Further information: http://klimainnovacio.hu/en/biorefineryschool