Bioket 2023: Leading Conference on Biobased Products

BIOKET (Bioeconomy Key Enabling Technologies platform) 2023, a leading conference on biobased products, is set to take place in Trois-Rivières, Canada, this May 23-25. This year’s event will bring together industry experts and innovators to explore advanced and innovative technologies in the field.

Attendees can expect keynote presentations on the latest advancements in biomass pretreatment, functionalization, and bioprocess design, as well as networking and partnership-building opportunities through B2B meetings and social events.

Our project partner, ARDITEC, will also be attending and presenting on the Life Cycle Assessment of lignin-based polyols and polyacids for coatings applications.

BIOKET 2023 will attract diverse attendees, including biobased product producers, chemical companies, biotech companies, and more. Register now to learn from and connect with the industry’s leading decision-makers.

Join us at BIOKET 2023 for an informative and impactful conference experience. Register now to secure your spot.

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