Building the European Knowledge Based Bio-Economy - The Impact of 'Non-Food' Research (1988 to 2008)
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This review, Building the European Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE) - The impact of Non-food
Research 1988 to 2008 was produced as part of the activities of the EU EPOBIO Project,
that was supported by the European Commission between November 2005 and December 2007
under the Sixth RTD Framework Programme Specific Support Action SSPE-CT-2005-022681.
It is based on the experience of the author working for the Commission, or participating in a wide range of different
types of contracts, over a period of more than 25 years , covering various activities relating to renewable bioproducts
and renewable energy together with an analysis of the information on EU RTD projects in the area of biomass energy
and renewable bioproducts that have been collected within the BioMatNet database and website.
The main purpose of the report is to outline the extent of previous activities in these areas, review their impact
on the development of bio-based products in Europe and to consider what lessons can be learned from such
previous activities and to what extent they should be considered in relation to the work programme for the
Seventh RTD Framework Programme (FP7). This analysis is of relevance to work proposed within the theme
of the Cooperation Programme covering Food Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnology, the primary purpose of
which is to contribute to the realisation of European Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE).
The report consists of a 55 page printed summary supported by a more detailed analysis on CD-ROM.
As indicated above, the CD-ROM has been prepared on the basis of information that has been collected
over the last two decades through a series of information dissemination projects supported by the EC.
The latest of these, which funded the production of this review, was the EPOBIO project incorporating BioMatNet.
The information collected, as well as a series of EPOBIO flagship reports, have been brought together on another
CD-ROM (BioMatNet CD7), from which further details of the programmes and projects as well as many of the publications cited
in this review may be obtained.
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