A growing bioeconomy requires increasing amounts of biomass from residues, wastes, and industrial crops for bio‐based products and energy.
Moritz von Cossel
Moritz von Cossel is an agricultural researcher at the University of Hohenheim, Germany. He studied at Kiel University where he obtained his bachelor's (2010) and master's (2012) in agricultural sciences. He then joined the chair of Biobased Products and Energy Crops at the University of Hohenheim where he received his doctorate in agricultural sciences in 2019. His main research areas include agricultural diversification, agroecological intensification, biodiversity conservation, bioenergy, biofuels, biogas production, circular economy, climate change adaptation, environmental services, intercropping, marginal land, organic farming, perennial crops, precision farming, and wildlife-friendly farming.