South East Radio – Weekly Tips 17 – the Biobus

This week we look at a mobile exhibit called Biorbic BioBus which an initiative to explore our petrochemical economy and heavy reliance on crude oil in many of the products we use on a daily basis. The initative is part of Bioeconomy Ireland week which takes place from the 14th to the 22nd of October. […]

South East Radio – Weekly Episode 17 – the Biobus

Listen back to this week’s episode as we chat to guest Tommy Boland who is a Professor at University College Dublin where the Biorbic, research centre is based for the School of Agriculture and Food Science.  For more in this series, listen in to South East Radio every Friday at 10.45am

Clare FM – Weekly Tips 22 – The Bio Bus

Did you know? * Almost every item in a typical house has been made from materials derived from the petrochemical industry. * Fuel and energy are the first things we think of when it comes to fossil fuels. And for good reason. It makes up 86% of fossil fuel use. * Green electricity is one solution but it […]

Clare FM – Weekly Episode 22 – The Bio Bus

We heard last week about BiOrbic, a national collaboration of researchers, focused on the development of a sustainable, circular bioeconomy. However, despite how important the bioeconomy is to our future, most people haven’t heard of it. BiOrbic is running a national campaign to raise awareness by touring Ireland with their mobile exhibit, the BioBus, which visited Ennis recently. Executive Director […]