EUBREN - The European Biomass Research Network

Researching for bioeconomy

EUBREN MEMBERS

EUBREN founding Members benefit from EUBREN membership as they will obtain numerous opportunities to participate in EU projects, undertake new large scale international and commercial projects or being updated of the EU policy developments. As part of this Network, EUBREN members shall assist in the creation and definition of its future projects, will define the areas of research and technology platforms which should concentrate the efforts of the members or assist in the definition of a communication and dissemination strategy.  Moreover, as one of the main goals of the platform, EUBREN members will collaborate closer with each other and with the industry developing and consolidating synergies that might be essential for the participation in EU projects. Furthermore, EUBREN members will feed the platform with relevant information regarding their research accomplishments, making its website a decisive tool for the dissemination of knowledge in the field of biomass and bioenergy research. 


In order to become member of EUBREN, a university, as well as a Research Institute is asked to fill in not only the application form, but also a Members cooperation Agreement, where it secures its interest in participating, sharing experiences, and contribute to the activities promoted by the network both in terms of initiatives and within the specific technology platforms organized.


Members Cooperation Agreement