The exhibition will therefore strengthen the regional awareness of the bio-economy. Bioprom will pave the way for an interactive debate and discussion on bio-economy.
The BIOPROM exhibition will be hosted at Science Centres in Rome, Aberdeen, Wels and Talinn for up to 6 months. It will include interactive exhibits where people from young to old can learn about bio-economy in a simple way. What decisions have long-term positive impact and what negative? The world is too big to see wrong decisons immediatly. In the small world at the exhibition each person has the same pole position to act in this little world.
In addition, the exhibition will include a workshop area where the visitors will be informed about selected topics in bio-economy. It has three main areas of interest: agriculture and fisheries, food and wellbeeing, and biotechnology and life science.