Cambioscop, at a glance

Carbon management towards low fossil carbon use

CAMBIOSCOP ambition: build the most comprehensive and integrated bioeconomy strategy in Europe

How should France develop its bioeconomy in the transition towards a «defossilized» economy? How, when, and where to invest the money? 

CAMBIOSCOP aims to answer this question. This will result in tailored and quantified cost and environmentally efficient strategies towards the long term development of France’s bioeconomy.

Cambioscop, in video


Welcome Christhel

Christhel Andrade will join the Cambioscop team on March 23rd as PhD student from the FSPI programme between France and [...]

Welcome Ugo

Ugo Javourez joined the Cambioscop team on February 28th as a PhD student. His work will seek to find sustainable [...]

Welcome Dominika

Dominika Teigiserova, a 3rd year Phd student from Aarhus University, is performing her obligatory external research stay with the Cambioscop [...]

Thanks to

University toulouse
University toulouse
University toulouse
INRA Toulouse
INRA Toulouse
CNRS Midi-Pyrénées
Pole de compétitivité IAR