Bioeconomy in the North is a network of ministries and funding agencies from Finland, Germany and Norway which coordinate their efforts to launch annual calls for R&D&I projects in the area of non-food / non-feed biomass resources exploitation. The network is a sustainable initiative funded in 2017 whose mission is to deepen the cooperation of researchers, to create critical mass, to generate synergies and to support R&D&I projects relevant for bioeconomy in the northern part of Europe. The primary scope of the initiative is to support “Research and innovation leading to new products and supply services from non-food / non-feed biomass resources relevant in Northern Europe”.
The first call will open on September 17th, 2018.
The deadline for proposal submission will be January 17th, 2019 – 13:00 CET.
Projects in the frame of „Bioeconomy in the North“ should significantly contribute to at least one of the three following topics:
The total budget for funding transnational research projects in the first call of BiN will be approximatively about 5.5 million €. There is no limit for maximal requested funding per project. Funding of the project partners is provided by the participating national programs according to their respective national regulations.
For detailed information concerning the BiN program see the Call Announcement under “Call Documents” (left side of the screen).
Please use the electronic proposal template of this submission tool (available from September 17th, 2018) and respect the application procedure described.
If you have questions concerning the application procedure, please contact
Dr. Tatiana Gruender
Tel.: +49 2461 – 61 96432
Projektträger Jülich (PtJ)
Geschäftsbereich Biologische Innovation und Ökonomie (BIO)
EU & International Affairs (BIO7)
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
52425 Jülich Germany