Jacqueline Bloemhof

Prof. dr. Jacqueline Bloemhof is Full Professor and Chair of the Operations Research and Logistics Group. Her main field of research is sustainable supply chain management, both in forward chains (food and other agricultural distribution networks) and closed loop supply chains (recycling and recovery of products, parts, materials or energy). She published on these topics in a large number of articles in ISI journals in the field of Operations Research and Environmental Science, Engineering and Environmental Sciences.
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From Fossil Resources to Biomass: A Business and Economics Perspective (edX)

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From Fossil Resources to Biomass: A Business and Economics Perspective (edX)
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Learn about the basic consumer science, business, logistics, supply chain, and economic principles that are essential for a successful transition from fossil resources to renewable biomass resources in a biobased economy. Explore how to create a sustainable future by moving away from dependence on fossil to biomass resources for [...]
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From Fossil Resources to Biomass: A Chemistry Perspective (edX)

Explore how to create a sustainable future by moving away from dependence on fossil resources to biomass resources for the production of food, chemicals and energy-carriers. Discover how to use microorganisms and catalysts to create biobased products.
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Business Strategy and Operations in a Biobased Economy (edX)

Lead your company to make the switch to biobased resources and build a profitable sustainable business. Learn how to deal with the many strategic and operational challenges facing a company in the biobased and circular economy.
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