The DANUBIONET survey is implemented in the framework of Danube-INCO.NET project, which is a coordination and support action funded by the EU under the 7th Framework Programme to address the official EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) in the field of research and innovation (R&I).
 
The survey has been designed to spotlight the main challenges of the development of bioenergy and bioeconomy in the Danube Region by mapping stakeholders’ knowledge and capacities. It will also give respondents the opportunity to highlight main bottlenecks and propose solutions from the point of view of the public sector, research and academia, as well as businesses.
 
The CEI and Pannon Pro Innovations will facilitate the interaction of bioenergy and bioeconomy stakeholders in order to bridge specific gaps with knowledge and tangible solutions. To this end, two open innovation events will be organised in fall 2016. Respondents will have the opportunity to register to the events and apply for vouchers.
 
If you wish to contribute to fostering bioenergy and the bioeconomy by strenghtening collaboration with other stakeholders form the Danube Region, please participate in the DANUBIONET Bioeconomy Capacity Building Survey.

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