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24 February 2020

Postponed conference: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally

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International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally” in Kaunas, Lithuania.

The conference is organized by our project partners: the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social Development of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies.

In relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event is being postponed. Registration is extended until 20 May 2020. For more information click here.

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Postponed conference: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally

24 February 2020

International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally” in Kaunas, Lithuania. The conference is organized by our project partners: the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social Development of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies. In relation to the […]

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