As the COVID-19 outbreak is now pandemic, the RRB Organizing Committee has decided to cancel RRB 2020.
The Committee’s number one concern is the health and safety of delegates, speakers, exhibitors and staff.
We thank you for your understanding and we hope to welcome you for the next edition in 2021.
Biobased solutions for climate change
Delegates from university, industry, governmental an non-governmental organizations and venture capital providers will present their views on industrial biotechnology, sustainable (green) chemistry and agricultural policy related to the use of renewable raw materials for non-food applications and energy supply. The conference further aims at providing an overview of the scientific, technical, economic, environmental and social issues of renewable resources and biorefineries in order to give an impetus to the biobased economy and to present new developments in this area.
The conference will provide a forum for leading political, corporate, academic and financial people to discuss recent developments and set up collaborations. Based on the previous RRB conferences, this conference is expected to welcome about 350 international participants from over 30 countries.
The three day international conference will consist of plenary lectures, oral presentations, poster sessions, an exhibition and a biobased market. Companies and research organizations are offered the opportunity to organize a satellite symposium.