The European bioeconomy is one of the EU’s largest and most important sectors. It already employs 18 million people and another 1 million jobs could be created by 2030.
But there are many other reasons to pursue a career in bioeconomy, such as helping combat climate change, producing enough food for a growing population, managing water supplies, or developing vaccines for emerging viruses, among many others.
This video presents some of the reasons to pursue studies related to the bio-based industry and the bioeconomy, and how UrBIOfuture can help you choose the most appropriate path for you!
By: UrBioFuture -project (funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (JU) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 837811).