Shaping the bioeconomy

The MSU BioEconomy Network seeks to make an impact on the bioeconomy beyond our research contributions.

1. Educate the next generation of scientists, policy experts, and workforce participants through symposia, academic programs, training and professional education programs. Some examples are:
Short course in Biofuels
Biofuel Research Fellowships
Renewable Bioenergy Systems in Sweden and Denmark
BioEnergy Feedstock Production
Library resources for bioeconomy solutions

2. Advance bio-based technologies to market through MSU's licensing, derisking, scale-up and collaborative commercialization processes:

3. Support the development of emerging bioeconomy markets.

4. Help shape policy by providing expertise to government and development organizations, particularly through units such as: