Are you in charge of communication in a BBI or CBE JU-funded project? Do you work for an organisation involved in such a project? Join the CBE JU communicators network to share best practice, boost your communications and collectively raise awareness about the important role of the bio-based sector in the sustainable future of Europe.
Lucas Sousa Dória and Tiago Fernandes Vieira, the winners of the EUCYS 2022 Bioeconomy Prize, visited Brussels at the invitation of CBE JU in September 2023. This visit aimed to introduce their innovative research project to key policymakers within the European institutions.
Elisa Jääskeläinen won the EUCYS 2023 bioeconomy prize for her work on optimising the pre-treatment of cellulose nanocrystals. This prize is a visit to Brussels with CBE JU to present her project to representatives of the European institutions, EU, and national policymakers and stakeholders of the circular bio-based sector.
The CBE JU Programme Office has received three project proposals by the 4 October deadline for the 2023-2 call dedicated to supporting activities for the New European Bauhaus Academy. Applicants have requested €1.7 million in CBE JU funding against the indicative call budget of €1 million. Evaluation of the project proposals will take place in October 2023, and applicants will receive the call results in the first quarter of 2024.
The long-awaited CBE JU Stakeholder Forum 2023 will take place on 6-7 December 2023 in the Egg venue in Brussels. Register to join the in-person discussion on the future of the European bio-based sector, visit the exhibition of innovative bio-based solutions and network with 600 CBE JU stakeholders!
The new CBE JU widening participation strategy aims to step up the participation of less-represented countries and regions in projects funded by the partnership. Join our efforts to boost the circular bio-based economy in your region!
The CBE JU Programme Office has received 162 project proposals by the 20 September deadline for the 2023 call. Applicants have requested over €982 million in CBE JU funding against the indicative call budget of €215.5 million.
In yesterday’s State of the Union address, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen highlighted competitiveness, industrial modernisation, and nature preservation, among other European Commission achievements over the past year. CBE JU has contributed to these accomplishments by stimulating Europe’s industrial leadership, boosting innovative technological development and decarbonising the economy, among others. Today, CBE JU published a new set of infographics showing the joint undertaking’s support for the circular bio-based economy in each European country.