The programming of the 2014-2020 rural development policy can play a vital role in the promotion of initiatives focused on bioeconomy, especially thanks to tools designed to favour the processes of innovation and integration along the value chain:... read more
June 4th, 2014 – Today, Wednesday June 4th, R2B Research to Business – International Exhibition on Industrial Research in Bologna Fiere hosts the round table Technological Clusters: a National resource for Innovation. The event – that will... read more
During the online event “Italy restarts from the Circular Bioeconomy” was held June 15th, 2020, was presented the 6° Report on Bioeconomy in Europe. The report was produced by the Study Center of Intesa Sanpaolo in collaboration with Cluster... read more
The Cluster SPRING participates with an exhibition stand in Agrilevante, the most important event dedicated to the primary sector that takes place throughout the Mediterranean basin, scheduled in Bari from 10 to 13 of October, 2019. The initiative... read more
On December 14th, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Marchetti room – Bulding U1, in University of Milano Bicocca, (Piazza della Scienza 2, Milan) took place the final exam session of the second edition of the Master BIOCIRCE – Bioeconomy in the... read more
It reflects the Cluster members’ priorities and objectives, establishing a unified and shared approach and defining synergies with the strategic lines outlined by the Regions, considered as key actors for a sustainable territorial regeneration.
Priority Technology Trajectories
A result of the joint work carried out by the SPRING members, and thanks to the support and coordination of the Scientific Technical Committee of the SPRING Cluster, this paper was presented in November 2016 to the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research as a policy document meant to provide systemic responses to environmental, economic and social emergencies in our country.
It defines the Cluster’s scope and range of action and the tools available to this purpose, showing the objectives and initiatives it intends to pursue together with its members and supporting Regions, with a view to respond to the challenges and opportunities offered by bioeconomy.
Position Paper on theBiobased chemical industry in the framework of an Italian strategy on bioeconomy”
It highlights the aspects of excellence and the growth prospects of the Italian chemical sector from renewable sources, represented by the SPRING Cluster and analysed within the wider development context of bioeconomy in Italy and Europe.
Position Paper on the promotion and consolidation of activities to sustain bioeconomy in the training and educational fields
It describes the context and possible actions that can be implemented to support bioeconomics in the fields of education, training and employment incentive, to which the SPRING Cluster – as a representative of Italian excellences in the sector of chemistry from renewable sources – can contribute.