What is Bioeconomy? What are the products of renewable origin of daily use? Is it possible to make more sustainable choices for the environment and for our health by replacing petroleum products?
Products of natural origin can answer these questions!
What is considered a waste could be a great resource for the circular economy and for the bioeconomy: fabrics from coffee grounds, elephant poop paper, clothes from apple and orange peel, cosmetics from the tomato’s skin. Biodegradable toys, insects for health and beauty, Spirulina as superfood, restoration with prickly pear, mushrooms for construction, 3D printing with hemp: these are just some of the possible applications of the bioeconomy!
Come and discover them during the European Researchers’ Night organized by Frascati Scienza, #BEES -BE a citizEn Scientist, the great event that brings science to the streets of the city, among citizens, young people and students. On 28th and 29th September 2018, the European Researchers’ Night will host the Bioeconomy Village promoted by the Bioways, BIOVOICES, STAR-ProBio and BIOBRIDGES projects funded by the European Commission.
Unitelma Sapienza, FVA – new media research, Curioctopus, Naturins, Spireat will show you practical examples of bio-based products.
We looking forward to see you!