The Irish Bioeconomy Foundation was founded to establish a fora of industry, academia and policy leaders around Ireland's emerging bioeconomy.
The Irish Bioeconomy Foundation is developing a National Bioeconomy Campus at Lisheen, Co. Tipperary - with a view to exploiting the significant opportunities which existed to produce high value bio-based chemicals from domestically available low value biomass residues.
The National Bioeconomy Campus will be an exemplar for rural economic development advancing industrial development through collaboration between industries and between Industry and research performing organisations.Read More
Lisheen Mine Task Force and Irish Bioeconomy Foundation (IBF) welcome announcement by the Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Ms. Heather Humphreys TD, of funding to substantially support the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation CLG to develop a Bioeconomy Innovation and Piloting Facility at the Lisheen site in Co. Tipperary.Read More
To promote the conversion of Ireland’s natural land & sea resources to high value products for the development of a sustainable bioeconomy that is globally competitive.