AlpBioEco Newsletter - July 2020
Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food and botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space
VOL. 8 EN
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We are finalizing our work package T3!

As part of Work Package T2, AlpBioEco developed eco-innovative business models which were then pilot tested and validated in Work Package T3. To do so, AlpBioEco launched until now more than ten focus group workshops on business models such as the apple flour, the herbal baby pacifier or the revegetation service with alpine hay seeds. More than a dozen business visits were also carried out. The AlpBioEco project partners will discuss the results of the Work Package in July.

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New version of the roadmap for analysing bioeconomic value chains

Almost a year ago, at the end of AlpBioEco Work Package T1, we published our first report analysing the three value chains of the project (apples, walnuts and herbs/hay) and a replicable roadmap for the analysis of bio-based value chains. This June, we updated the replicable roadmap: We turned it into a practical guideline to analyze bio-based value chains for bioeconomic potentials. To discover and download the new English version of the replicable roadmap, please click on the following link. Share it widely!

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AlpBioEco collaborates with the University of Hohenheim in Germany, an international reference in research on the bioeconomy

Founded in 1818, the University of Hohenheim is a major player in research on the bioeconomy. At the end of April 2020 AlpBioEco started to cooperate with the University for a module within the Master of sciences on Bioeconomy. A group of four students are researching and analysing the EU bioeconomy strategy and the national bioeconomy strategies of the five AlpBioEco countries. The students' research will contribute to the fourth Work Package T4 of the AlpBioEco project. Read our article to learn more about this cooperation!

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Learn more about us: Interview with AlpBioEco project partner, NOI Techpark Südtirol/Alto Adige, Italy

NOI Techpark Südtirol/Alto Adige is one of the Italian project partners of AlpBioEco. The acronym NOI stands for Nature of Innovation. As the growing innovation district in Bolzano, South Tyrol, it supports young innovative companies and contributes to regional economic development. It specializes in the following four technology sectors: Green, Food, Digital and Automotive & Automation. If you want to know more about NOI, check out the link below!

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Learn more about us: Interview with AlpBioEco project partner, the Management Center Innsbruck‎, the Entrepreneurial School ®, Austria

MCI is one of the Austrian project partners of AlpBioEco and is based in Innsbruck. The Entrepreneurial School ® has more than 3,400 students and 27 study programs in the areas of Management & Society and Technology & Life Sciences. Besides teaching, MCI is also dedicated to research covering more than 13 different disciplines such as Food Science & Biotechnology and Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Marketing. To learn more about MCI, read our interview.

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Participate in AlpBioEco's new online survey to develop a sustainable and innovative product for babies' pain relief

ITKAM, the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Germany and AlpBioEco project partner, together with the South Tyrolean company Ecopassion, are working to develop a sustainable and innovative product for pain relief in babies. Before the pilot phase is launched, ITKAM and Ecopassion would like to find out, by means of an online survey, which complaints about early childhood are most problematic for parents, pharmacists, paediatricians and midwives. Take part in the online survey, available in German and Italian, on the following link. Photo © FamVeld. 

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The AlpBioEco Newsletter is published quarterly by AlpBioEco head of project communication (Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences).
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