BIOCON-CO2 aims to develop and validate a platform of flexible and versatile techniques capable of using biological processes to transform raw CO2 waste from the iron, steel, cement and electric power industries into value-added chemicals and plastics. Exploring novel biotechnological solutions, the project intends to generate new knowledge to develop commercially viable strategies for reducing Europe’s dependency on fossil fuel resources. To ensure these strategies are viable we need to understand current and future societal performance and public acceptance of CO2-based chemicals and plastics produced using biotechnological processes. You can help us with this!
Our partners at National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) are looking for experts in the fields of engineering, biotechnology, environmental sciences, natural sciences, social sciences, economics and policy making, who can participate in our survey on the future of and public acceptance of CO2-based chemicals and plastics that are produced using biotechnological processes.
If you would like to have you say on the future of research in this area, sign up to participate here.