Digital frukost: How biotechnology contributes to a sustainable solution for the future
Biotechnology has the potential to contribute significantly to a more sustainable future by providing solutions in various fields including energy, agriculture, and material development. Examples include the use of biofuels and hydrogen gas as alternative energy sources, genetically modified crops for sustainable agriculture, and biodegradable plastics as sustainable materials. By utilizing living systems, biotechnology can develop environmentally-friendly and sustainable technologies for a better future.
In 2023's first digital frukost we will therefore take a closer look into how biotechnology contributes to a sustainable solution. We have put together an exciting program with highly competent individuals to further explore this topic.
09.05-09.20: Introduction to the topic of sustainable business, with focus on the role of biotechnology (Kim Gabrielli, CEO, UN Global Compact Norge/ Norway)
09.20-09.45: Examples of ongoing sustainable biotechnology solutions in Norway
OXYMOD-project - Professor Vincent Eijsink, Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
BEDPAN-project - Professor Dirk Linke, Section for Genetics and Evolutionary Biology, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo (UiO)
09.45-10.00: SFI Industrial Biotechnology (Håvard Sletta, Chief Market Developer, Biotechnology and Nanomedicine, SINTEF Industry)