AXIA participated at the 18M review meeting of our project BioValue.
The primary objective of BioValue is to enhance agro-biodiversity and diversity in the agri-food value chain. The core idea behind BioValue is to create a dynamic and modular agent-based simulation tool that can effectively analyse the relationships between biodiversity, the agri-food value chain, the environment, consumer preferences, and health. This approach enables the project to introduce and promote the use of underutilized, genetically diverse crops and their final marketable products, taking into account a demand-driven approach from the consumer to the farm (fork to farm).
AXIA is the leader of WP10- Communication, Dissemination, and Capacity Building and had the opportunity to present to the project officer and the reviewers our work during these first 18 months of our project. The focus of the presentation was our plan for the exploitation and dissemination of results where we explained how we distribute and communicate the project’s results to different target audiences but also how to best utilize the research results in a scientific, commercial, or societal way.
We are grateful for the valuable feedback received from the EC experts and are looking forward to an even more fruitful second phase of BioValue!
You can also take a look at the project’s website: https://www.biovalue-project.eu
This project has received funding for the European Union H2020’s research and innovation program under the grant agreement number 101000499.