Future of biotechnology in the context of the bioeconomy

The increasing demand of the key products of bioeconomy can be achieved by increasing the cultivation the crops used for biofuels production. Biotechnology is used to increase the productivity biofuel production by acting as a key technological opportunity of increasing the production. However, biotechnology is always containing many policy, regulation and issues to the bioeconomy. There are many established bio-based industries of agriculture, food and forest-based industries deals with biotechnology. Our aim is to analysis of the current status of bioeconomy in the worldwide in recent future and beyond.

  • Global market of bio-nanotechnology
  • International collaborations on sustainable biofuels
  • Bioeconomy compared to fossil fuel economy
  • Growth of bioeconomy with industrial biotechnology

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