Maximizing ShapingBio’s impact

Collaboration with other initiatives

ShapingBio is cooperating with similar EU-funded projects and initiatives with the aim to maximize the project’s impact and dissemination of results, as well as facilitating knowledge exchange and identifying synergies. 

Below you can see who we have teamed up with.

Rural Bioeconomy Alliance

The Rural Bioeconomy Alliance is a cluster of European-funded projects aimed at accelerating and supporting the development of circular rural bioeconomy initiatives in the EU.

The main goals of the alliance are to:

  • Accelerate of the development of the whole Bioeconomy
  • Investigate, develop, and analyse bioeconomy success stories best practices, pilots, including ways to increase the adoption of circular bioeconomy concept
  • Increase the adoption of circular bioeconomy concepts
  • Share knowledge on projects outcomes
  • Support dissemination/communication activities


Rural Bioeconomy Alliance

The FOOD 2030 Project Collaboration Network

The FOOD 2030 Project Collaboration Network brings together key European, national and regional projects that share a similar vision. 

The aim of the network is to break down the “silos” and join forces across projects, partnerships and networks working on shifting the food system to become more fair, healthy and sustainable.

Through the network partners are able to:

  • Expand their network and join forces with like-minded projects
  • Share successful practices and explore synergies
  • Receive targeted support and develop new competences
  • Collaborate on activities and organize joint events
  • Showcase project results and maximize impact
  • Influence policymaking and inform future EU legislation.


The FOOD 2030 Project Collaboration Network

The European Bioeconomy Network

The European Bioeconomy Network (EuBioNet) is a proactive alliance of over 120 EU funded projects and initiatives dealing with bioeconomy promotion, communication and support. The main goal is to maximise the efforts, increasing the knowledge sharing, networking, mutual learning, coordination of joint activities and events.

The network works in close collaboration with the European Commission and CBE JU, to ensure that the objectives identified by the Bioeconomy Strategy update will be properly communicated, addressed and implemented. 

Further, the network works to maximise the impact of the European Commission funded projects partecipating, creates opportunities and networks and significantly increases the awareness of bioeconomy in Europe, thanks to the joint efforts of the involved projects. The European Bioeconomy Network projects benefit from the mutual promotion of outcomes, new partnerships, joint event planning and knowledge sharing.

The European Bioeconomy Network