35 No. 4
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||Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.
8–12 September 2013, Olsztyn, Poland
The concept of a biorefinery generating a spectrum of biomass-based products arranged in a value chain is the biggest research challenge for the next decades. First, the development of this concept requires an interdisciplinary research approach. Second, applied research effects associated with biorefineries, new biorefinery processes, and products implemented in the future will integrate three fundamental areas of sustainable development: economy, environment, and society.
The 4th International Environmental Best Practices Conference “Biorefinery—Biobased Value Chains and Sustainable Development” will summarize research achievements and new trends in many interrelated aspects associated with biorefinery processes and products. They will be discussed in the eight consecutive research panels of session presentations and posters:
- Biorefinery—Research Progress and Opportunities
- Genetics and Biotechnology
- Biomass Pretreatment
- Bioprocesses and Bioproducts
- Valorization of Waste, Effluents and By-products by Microorganisms and Enzymes
- Thermal, Chemical and Biochemical Conversion of Biomass to Useful Energy
- Environmental Impact
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