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The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) is the world’s largest biotechnology trade association. We provide advocacy, business development, and communications services for more than 1,100 members worldwide. We promote the use of industrial enzymes, conversion of biomass to energy and chemicals, and innovative clean up technologies.

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CLIB2021 is an "Open Innovation Cluster" for bioeconomy with focus on industrial biotechnology. Our 100 cluster members recruit from academia, finance, industry, and SME, with an international share of about 30%. The CLIB Graduate Cluster ensures qualification of young scientists in key areas of industrial biotechnology.

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Industrielle Biotechnologie Bayern Netzwerk GmbH (IBB Netzwerk GmbH) is an organization focusing on transforming valuable scientific knowledge to innovative marketable products and technological processes in the area of Industrial Biotechnology. One of the main tasks of IBB Netzwerk GmbH is the management and coordination of the network IBB. Within this network, the competences and the potentials of big industry, small and medium enterprises, academic institutions and associations are combined and mobilized to deploy as well as to expand Industrial Biotechnology.

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The association kunststoffland NRW was established in 2006 and organizes the entire plastics value chain in North Rhine-Westphalia. kunststoffland NRW was founded to create a network for all players along the total value creation chain.  It has more than 120 members from industry and science including companies producing plastics, companies in the plastics machinery field and medium sized companies in plastics processing.

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OceanCare has been working for the protection of marine mammals and oceans since 1989. With research and conservation projects, campaigns, environmental education as well as its contributions to a range of important international committees, OceanCare has undertaken concrete steps worldwide to improve the conditions of life in the world’s oceans. In 2011, OceanCare was granted Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations to provide expert advise on questions surrounding the protection of the marine environment.
OceanCare focuses on the reduction of marine pollution which is caused by a myriad of substances, such as plastic, oil and chemicals.  
 

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