INNOAQUA will be joining the AlgaEurope Convention

Innoaqua - AlgaEurope Convention 2023

From December 12th until December 15th, the INNOAQUA Project will be represented by NORCE (project coordinator) and A4F (project partner) at the ALGAEUROPE convention at the Grandior Hotel in Prague.

Algae have become a multi-billion sector in terms of biotechnology development that is expected to grow rapidly, providing valuable goods and services in multiple applications. In spite of centuries of scientific and commercial interests, the term algae have no taxonomic meaning. In the light of rapidly growing business interests associated with the term algae, a clear, simple definition of algae is not only required but essential for developing the necessary standards, and regulatory and legal issues.

AlgaEurope Convention 2023:

One of the key success factors of AlgaEurope is the close cooperation between EABA – European Algae Biomass Association and DLG Benelux

The main target of EABA is to act as a catalyst for fostering synergies among scientists, industrialists, and decision-makers to promote the development of research, technology, and industrial capacities in the field of Algae.  DLG Benelux is part of DLG International:  the leading German consulting company of the DLG group for the Agribusiness and Food Industry offering international expertise in setting up trade fairs and providing project management and consultancy services – national and international. Read more about EABA and DLG Benelux

AlgaEurope is a unique opportunity to learn and understand all about algae production and commercialization and interact with over 450 key players from more than 45 countries.

Secure your seats now (registration will be open until December 8th):

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