The Bioeconomy to 2030: A Researcher’s Perspective20 October 2021 20 October 2021
Teagasc’s Research Directorate was closely involved in the development of the National Bioeconomy Policy Statement, which was published in 2018. It continues to support the development of the bioeconomy though research grounded in science & technology as well as social science-based disciplines.
This webinar gives a flavour of some current/recent research across different Teagasc research programmes. In addition to explaining the research, the presenters will explain how their work is expected to contribute to the bioeconomy to 2030 and discuss some of the related challenges and opportunities in delivering such impact.
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|9.30am||Welcome and introduction
Prof. Maeve Henchion, Rural Economy and Development Programme
|9.35am - 9.50am||Expanding the alternative use and circularity potential of crops
Dr Ewen Mullins, Crops Environment and Land Use Programme, Teagasc
|9.50am - 10.05am||The contribution of marine bio-resources to the bio-based economy
Prof. Brijesh Tiwari, Food Programme, Teagasc
|10.05am - 10.20am||An actor-oriented approach to understanding and co-creating Ireland’s bioeconomy-society interface
Dr Áine Macken Walsh and Kieran Harrahill, Rural Economy and Development Programme, Teagasc
|10.20am - 10.30am||Discussion|
This event is being held as part of Bioeconomy Ireland Week, an annual week-long event held each October to highlight and raise awareness of Ireland’s rapidly growing bioeconomy. For more information, visit https://irishbioeconomy.ucd.ie/biw/