The first webinar of the series, “Transferring the Business Gene”, will cover challenges and opportunities in starting a career in marine biotechnology.
The blue bioeconomy relies on renewable, living aquatic resources such as algae, sponges, jellyfish or microorganisms to deliver a wide variety of products, processes and services.
To do this it capitalises on unprecedented advances in life sciences and biotechnologies.
Innovation in the blue bioeconomy includes:
- novel foods, nutraceuticals, food additives, animal feeds
- pharmaceuticals and cosmetics
- green chemicals and materials
- enzymes for green industrial processing or decontamination