Bioladies Network present an evening packed with fascinating insights into the bioeconomy and specific biomaterials as well as compelling speakers. Join us to learn more about biomaterials and network with participants and speakers. Event is open to all.
What is the bioeconomy? The bioeconomy comprises those parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from land and sea – such as crops, forests, fish, animals and micro-organisms – to produce food, materials and energy.
6.05- Growth of the Bio-economy: how market and policy changesmeans the UK bio-economy is on the cusp of major growth – Martin Collison, ENABLING project
6.20- Biocontrol : making agriculture sustainable – Dr Muree Groom, Ecospray
6.40- Sustainable packaging – Angela Morris, Woolcool
6.55- Value of networking – Iris Anderson, Founder Bioladies Network
7.00- Networking and refreshments
The aim of the Bioladies Network is for women working in the bioeconomy to interact with each other and to share knowledge and professional contacts, promote personal development and provide mentoring. Through sharing views we gain a holistic view across all sectors of the bioeconomy, bring about the transfer of knowledge and spotting of opportunities. Events are open to all, women and men.
Venue kindly sponsored by the Norwich Science Festival
Refreshments kindly sponsored by Enabling Project
Thursday 24 October
Venue: The Forum, Gallery
Cost: Free, booking required