Bioeconomy is the photosynthesis economy, and more generally the living world economy. It encompasses all biomass production and processing activities, whether in forestery, farming or aquaculture, directed at the production of food, feed, biobased products and renewable energy.
Research and innovation are essential to the development of the bioeconomy. Some of the applications envisaged in the bioeconomy are innovative and require additional R&D. the production and use of the necessary biomass also require innovative approaches. And lastly, systemic approaches focused on the bioeconomy as a whole and its economic, environmental and social impacts also need to be underpinned by research.
Based on multi-disciplinary skills, the Carnot 3BCAR is a key player for the bioeconomy development. We are able to answer to research questions on the full value chain, from biomass to bioproducts : How best can we mobilise and product sustainably biomass ? How transform biomass efficiently to develop the bioeconomy ? Which are the new functionalties that could be offer by bioproducts ? Which are the bioeconomy environmental benefits ?
The Carnot 3BCAR offers integrated R&D solutions for various markets of bioeconomy :
Several Carnot working on bioeconomy and they decide to work together through an Alliance Carnot to pool their skills.
The Carnot are involved in the Alliance Bioeconomy: 3BCAR, Qualiment, Plant2Pro, Polynat, IRSTEA, Agrifood Transition