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 Circular Economy.
It was the final day of the interdisciplinary and international Master of second level, created upon the initiative of four Italian universities (University of Milano Bicocca, of Turin, Naples Federico II, Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum) together with Intesa Sanpaolo, Novamont, GFBiochemicals and Parco Tecnologico Padano, and supported by the Cluster SPRING end Assobiotec.
The Master offers an extensive training program for students and professionals interested in working within the bio-based industry and the bioeconomy sector, with a multidisciplinary approach, dedicated to develop a responsible and sustainable use of renewable resources and biotechnological processes.
The Master BIOCIRCE received on 12th February 2018 at the Italian Parliament, from the President of the Italian Republic, the Italiadecide prize titled “Administration, Citizen, Companies” for teaching innovation; moreover,it has been recently mentioned in the review of the European Bioeconomy Strategy, presented on October 22nd inBruxelles, as one of the best practices of the educational sector in Italy.
The Cluster SPRING has renewed its support to the Master also for its third edition, that will start in January 2019, which provides an enlargement of its stakeholders group as well asnew non-academic partners.
At this link you can find further details on the third edition of BIOCIRCE.
For more information, please read the program of the day attached to this page.