Sweden has all the right ingredients, both technically as well as in the form of available natural resources, to create a competitive bioeconomy with complex biorefineries and production of green chemicals. There are, however, many other important aspects that affect the development of a bioeconomy. These can be political decisions and regulations, corporate culture, the research climate, and how easy it is to innovate and collaborate with different groups of people from business, academia, or wider afield.
Researchers in this field at Lund University
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