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Evaluierung des aktuellen Standes und der Potenziale der Industriellen Biotechnologie im Freistaat Sachsen

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  • Annika Ballin
  • Katja Baum
  • Jens Freitag
  • Joachim Ragnitz


  • Björn Ziegenbalg

Ziel der vorliegenden Studie ist es, die bisherigen Anstrengungen und Entwicklungen im Freistaat Sachsen im Bereich der Industriellen (Weißen) Biotechnologie (IBT) zu evaluieren. Hierzu werden der aktuelle Stand der technologischen Entwicklungen analysiert, die Technologie- und Anwendungsfelder Industrieller Biotechnologie im Freistaat ermittelt und die Position Sachsens im Vergleich zu führenden nationalen und internationalen Biotechnologieregionen bewertet. Strukturelle und inhaltliche Stärken und Schwächen des Biotechnologiestandorts Sachsen werden aufgezeigt. Weiterhin sollen die Ansätze und Impulse beim Aufbau einer "Grünen" Wirtschaft verdeutlicht sowie die Potenziale für eine künftige Entwicklung der Industriellen Biotechnologie in Sachsen erörtert werden.

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This book is provided by ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich in its series ifo Dresden Studien with number 60 and published in 2011.
Handle: RePEc:ces:ifodrs:60
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