Trainings

 

To promote sustainable use of biological resources, the SCALE-UP project is offering 21 free online trainings focusing on the bioeconomy.

All sessions are available in English, with AI-powered translations for local languages. Training materials are available on our website for past trainings.

EFFICIENT REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE & BIOMASS LOGISTICS
WS4
September & October 2023
07.09.23 / 26.09.23 / 19.10.23
INTEGRATING PRIMARY PRODUCERS INTO BIO-BASED VALUE CHAINS
WS2
November & December 2023
09.11.23 / 21.11.23 / 07.12.23
DIGITALIZATION IN THE BIOECONOMY
WS3
January & February 2024
16.01.24 / 06.02.24 / 27.02.24
IMPROVED NUTRIENT RECYCLING
WS1
March & April 2024
12.03.24 / 04.04.24 / 23.04.24
PRACTICES OF "SOCIAL INNOVATIONS" IN RURAL BIOECONOMIES
WS5
May & June 2024
14.05.24 / 04.06.24 / 25.06.24
GOVERNANCE OF REGIONAL BIO-BASED SYSTEMS
WS6
September & October 2024
05.09.24 / 26.09.24 / 17.10.24
STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS SOCIAL, ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC TRADE-OFFS IN REGIONAL BIOECONOMY DEVELOPMENT
WS7
October, November & December 2024
31.10.24 / 21.11.24 / 12.12.24

 

Upcoming trainings

WS5, Session 3 - Social innovations in rural areas: Recreating the food system through social innovations

11 April 2024

Introduction Our food system reflects characteristics of the society and power dynamics. Social innovations have the power to shape our food system. They open up opportunities along the whole food [...]

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WS5, Session 2 - Social innovations in rural areas: Fostering Novel Collaborative Approaches for Boosting Social Innovations

11 April 2024

Introduction Social innovation needs collaborative actions to make impact and provoke provoke changes in social relations and governance system. In order to be transformative, novel collaborative [...]

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WS5, Session 1 - Social innovations in rural areas: Driving growth in rural communities via social innovations – policies, concepts and drivers

11 April 2024

Introduction Social innovations are new ideas that meet social needs, create social relationships and support the formation of new collaborations. SupOr eported by public policies and support [...]

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Past Trainings

WS 1, Session 3 - Innovative applications of bio-based fertilizers in modern agriculture

1 March 2024

Tue, April 23, 2024 | 09:30 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online   Introduction To tackle the challenges of conventional fertilizer production, which heavily relies on fossil fuels and faces looming [...]

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WS 1, Session 2 - Closing the loop: nutrient recycling value chains and optimizing logistics

1 March 2024

Thu, April 04, 2024 | 09:30 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online   Introduction To tackle the challenges of conventional fertilizer production, which heavily relies on fossil fuels and faces looming [...]

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WS 1, Session 1 - Introduction and main recycling routes: composting and digestion

1 March 2024

Tue, March 12, 2024 | 09:30 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online   Introduction To tackle the challenges of conventional fertilizer production, which heavily relies on fossil fuels and faces looming [...]

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WS 3, Session 3 - Digitalisation in the Bioeconomy - Safeguarding Progress

10 January 2024

Tue, Feb 27, 2024 | 09:00 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Safeguarding Progress: Critical Emphasis on Cyber Security and Data Protection in Advancing the Bioeconomy Description
Session [...]

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WS 3, Session 2 - Digitalisation in the Bioeconomy - Applications of Digitalization in Bioeconomy

10 January 2024

Tue, Feb 06, 2024 | 09:00 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Elevating Biotechnology: Harnessing AI systems and Drones for Cutting-edge Innovation Description
Session #2 of the training [...]

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WS 3, Session 1 - Digitalisation in the Bioeconomy - Introduction to Digitalization in the Bioeconomy

10 January 2024

Tue, Jan 16, 2024 | 09:00 - 12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Monitoring and sensorization of the bioeconomy with digital technologies Description
Session #1 of the training block [...]

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WS 2, Session 3 - Integrating primary producers into bio-based value chains: Innovations and Challenges in Production and Mobilization of Biomass

7 December 2023

December 7, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction Innovations and Challenges in Production and Mobilization of Biomass Description In the bioeconomy, primary producers are often left behind [...]

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WS 2, Session 2 - Integrating primary producers into bio-based value chains: Value Chains and Markets -Linking Producers and Stakeholders

21 November 2023

November 21, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Value Chains and Markets: Linking Producers and Stakeholders Description In the bioeconomy, primary producers are often left behind in [...]

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WS 2, Session 1 - Integrating primary producers into bio-based value chains: Production of Biomass from Farmers and Foresters

9 November 2023

November 9, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Production of Biomass from Farmers and Foresters Description In the bioeconomy, primary producers are often left behind in the value [...]

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WS 4, Session 3 - Training Session on Efficient Regional Biomass Logistics and Infrustructure Sustainability and policy drivers for a regional bioeconomy

19 October 2023

October 19, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Sustainability and policy drivers for a regional bioeconomy: How to move forward Description WHY
The costs of harvesting, [...]

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WS4, Session 2 - Training Session on Efficient Regional Biomass Logistics and Infrustructure End-users’ challenges in the local value chain

28 September 2023

September 26, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
End-users’ challenges in the local value chain: Further building on the insights Description WHY
The costs of harvesting, [...]

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WS 4, Session 1 - Training Session on Efficient Regional Biomass Logistics and Infrustructure: Introduction to challenges of biomass logistics

7 September 2023

September 7, 2023 | 09:00-12:00 AM CEST | Online Introduction
Introduction to challenges of biomass logistics: Getting into the topic Description WHY
The costs of harvesting, [...]

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