From IAMO, researcher Frans Hermans will talk on the topic “The role of biocluster in the transition to a bioeconomy”. Bioclusters are geographically proximate groups of interconnected companies and associated organizations (for example, universities, standards agencies, and trade associations) working on the bioeconomy. An important distinction between regular industrial clusters and bioeconomy clusters is the additional goal of sustainable development that bioclusters are expected to generate. Different types of bioclusters can be identified, for instance agricultural agglomerations, green chemistry clusters, Marshallian bio-districts and life science clusters. Each of these different types has different strengths and weaknesses with regard to regional sustainable development.
The following discussion with Frans Hermans is available:
Thursday, 18 March 2021 | 1:00 – 1:20 pm
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