Emerging Bioeconomies: Ecosystems and Society
January 11-12, 2022 | 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST
Emerging Bioeconomies: Ecosystems and SocietyPlease RSVP your availability to attendThis workshop will convene experts from academia, industry, and public/private sectors to explore societal, economic, behavioral, regulatory, and other challenges and opportunities to help design bioeconomy innovation hubs (Regional Innovation Engines [RIE]) and develop a bioeconomy ecosystem that spurs innovation, entrepreneurship, economic growth, and social wellbeing.
There is a need to understand societal, economic, behavioral, and other challenges and opportunities that arise in developing a bioeconomy ecosystem, and how these factors interact in spurring innovation through bioeconomy innovation hubs, encouraging entrepreneurship, and growth of a bioeconomy. Expertise from academia, industry, and the public sector brings important perspectives and expertise to this workshop.
UIDP seeks to bring together practitioners who can speak to themes such as:
- Bioeconomy ecosystem and innovation hubs
- Societal challenges and opportunities in bioeconomy
- Regional and geographic considerations in the bioeconomy
- Diversity and inclusion in bioeconomyUIDP has secured funding from the National Science Foundation for this workshop.