AlpBioEco

Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space

News

  • Learn more about us: Interview with our project partner, Albstadt-Sigmaringen University

    The Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences is located between Stuttgart and Lake Constance in the south of Germany. Around 3,500 students are enrolled at two locations in Baden-Wuerttemberg: Sigmaringen and Albstadt. The university is the second largest contributor to the AlpBioEco project after the city of Sigmaringen. Four people work there for the AlpBioEco project. We interviewed them for you!

  • Raising awareness of apple consumption in Slovenia

    Next May, our project partners will meet in Ljubljana to finalize the first phase of the AlpBioEco project and launch the second phase. On this occasion, we are publishing articles on Slovenia. Photo: CCIS – CAFE archive © CCIS – CAFE

  • Get to know Slovenia a little better

    Next May, our project partners will meet in Ljubljana to finalize the first phase of the AlpBioEco project and launch the second phase. On this occasion, we are publishing articles on Slovenia. Photo: Bled Lake in Julian Alps, Slovenia © Lukasz Miegoc


     

  • News from the kick-off meeting of the Life & Health Science Cluster Tirol in Innsbruck, Austria

    On the 3rd and 4th of December 2018, our project partner MCI Management Center Innsbruck, hosted the kick-off meeting of the Life & Health Science Cluster Tirol in Innsbruck (Austria) and presented AlpBioEco.

  • AlpBioEco, best practice example for the German Federal Ministry of the Interior and in the latest Interreg journal

    AlpBioEco was selected as a good example by the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community and is introduced in the latest Interreg journal.