Synthetic biology has the potential to tenfold human actions to tackle climate change. SYNBEE and EIC are joining forces to highlight barriers in the field and create symbiosis between actors within the ecosystem. This first EIC x SYNBEE Day will unite entrepreneurs, policy makers, early-stage investors and other experts to prepare the transition.

Key Highlights

Renowned PIs at the forefront of European synthetic biology projects shared their groundbreaking research, shedding light on the latest advancements and applications in the fields of blue economy, green economy, and sustainability.

EIC x SYNBEE Day meeting, placed a spotlight on the rising stars in synthetic biology. Younger researchers had the opportunity to showcase their cutting-edge work, providing fresh perspectives and infusing the event with the energy and enthusiasm essential for pushing the boundaries of scientific discovery.

Thought-provoking panel discussions explored the multifaceted dimensions of synthetic biology’s role in fostering sustainability. The discourse delved into challenges, opportunities, and the transformative potential of synthetic biology in shaping a more eco-friendly and economically viable future. This event was also an occasion to dive deeper into the European synthetic biology community’s needs to facilitate access to innovative SynBio solutions to the market and ways to do this via easier access to skilled workforce, public and private funding. Finally, it was a forum to discuss the emerging regulatory framework questions between diverse stakeholders. 

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As a highlight of the event, the winners of the SYNBEE Pitch Competition took centre stage to present their innovative ideas. This competition, designed to catalyse entrepreneurial spirit within the synthetic biology community, unveiled groundbreaking solutions that aligned with the principles of blue and green economy and sustainability.

A platform for forging strong collaboration links among researchers, industry leaders, and policymakers. Attendees had ample opportunities to connect, share ideas, and explore potential collaborations that transcend borders and disciplines.

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