European Federation of Biotechnology
Established by European scientists in 1978, the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB) is Europe’s non-profit federation of National Biotechnology Associations, Learned Societies, Universities, Scientific Institutes, Biotech Companies and individual biotechnologists working to promote biotechnology throughout Europe and beyond. With 108 Institutional members from across Europe and 13.500 personal members, the EFB has 14 Regional Branch Offices in Europe to support its activities in the various areas of biotechnology covered by the Federation. BioProsperity is the recognized RBO of EFB for Greece. The mission of EFB is to promote the safe, sustainable and beneficial use of the life sciences, to promote research and innovation at the cutting edge of biotechnology, to provide a forum for interdisciplinary and international cooperation, to improve scientific education and to facilitate an informed dialogue between scientists and the public.