Olivia Mrozinski is studying towards a Bachelor’s in Technology of Biogenic Resources at the TUM Straubing campus. She and two classmates recently became three of 15 EU Youth Ambassadors for Bioeconomy. Their objective is among other things to sensitize the European Commission for sustainable transformation in society and the economy.
A systematic review paper on consumer response to bio-based products has been published by members of Chair of Marketing and Management of Biogenic Resources at TUM Campus Straubing. The following Share-link provides free access to the full text of the paper on ScienceDirekt until November 27, 2022.
The number of seats in the bus is limited to 50 participants. Therefore, registration is required. The principle first-come-first-served applies! The registration also includes the seats for the (German language) Presidential Event in the Audimax and the TUM Sustainability Symposium in Garching. A separate registration via the official portal for these events is not required!
Around 200 participants from all over the world learned about current developments in the bioeconomy at the three-day symposium “Key Technologies in the Bioeconomy – A Global Bioeconomy Alliance Conference” at the TUM Campus Straubing (TUMCS) for Biotechnology and Sustainability at the end of September. The organisation of the conference under the slogan “KTB2022” was taken over by the TUMCS under the leadership of Rector Prof Volker Sieber and Prof Bastian Blombach.