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Have you developed a non-destructive technology that can monitor freshness of food?

A multinational kitchen appliance manufacturer is seeking technologies, solutions and innovations that can be used to assess or monitor various parameters that determine the state of fresh...

Do you want to shape future research priorities in UK life sciences?

The National Physical Laboratory would like to hear about your measurement needs , and so influence the future direction of the next UK Measurement Strategy which...

Profit from complexity by attending one of our consortia building workshops for forthcoming "integrated omics" competition

The   Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) is hosting two consortia building workshops for a forthcoming "Integrated Omics" competition. Innovate UK is to invest up to £2m to...

Do you have a promising business idea? An RSE Enterprise Fellowship could help you launch a new business

Since being established in 1997, the RSE Enterprise Fellowship scheme has supported more than 180 researchers to develop and launch new businesses, with companies formed across a wide range of...

Is your business located in the Yorkshire region? Find out how you could benefit from the bioeconomy at a Biovale workshop

The Skills Team at the Biorenewables Development Centre in York are orgainsing a series of one-day workshops to help regional businesses gain a better awareness of bioeconomy and...

Funding available for industry-led collaborative research projects using biotechnology

The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre ( IBioIC )  has recently opened its latest Exemplar Project Competition and is inviting applications from industrially-led...

Are you interested in organic and low input ruminant production?

Low Input beef, sheep and Dairy Workshop, 21-22 April 2015 , near Stocksfield, Northumberland The Advanced Training Partnership (ATP) in Sustainable and Efficient Food Production is...

COURSE: Towards the rational exploitation and conservation of algal genetic resources, 11-12 May, Oban

Thanks to generous sponsorship by NERC , SAMS are offering this cutting edge course to just twenty participants at the heavily discounted price of £75 (VAT exempt) per participant. Places will...

EVENT: European Seaweed Production and Marketability, 13-14 May, Oban

On 13th and 14th of May, the Scottish Association for Marine Science will be proudly hosting the major actors of EU Seaweed Aquaculture in a world first inter-institute event ...

Latest Funding calls for industrial biotech or biobased R&D

Download the list of latest funding calls for IB & bio-based R&D, includes National schemes: Innovate UK, BBSRC, Scottish Enterprise and the IBioIC to name a few; and European. Follow...

NEW SBRI call: Phosphorus & Priority Chemicals

Key features: Competition to develop new and innovative solutions to recover phosphorus and/or priority substances from the water environment. Highlands and Islands...

Satellites and Farming - Improving the Connections

The phrase ‘Connected Farm’ has many meanings, but in a very general sense conveys the impression of a highly integrated operation with strong data flows across the farm, and with supply chain...

Impact Awards 2015 now open: Celebrating the work of knowledge exchange, technology transfer and commercialisation teams

RCUK and PraxisUnico have announced their collaboration on the Impact Awards 2015, celebrating the outstanding work of Knowledge Exchange, Technology Transfer and Commercialisation Teams (KEC)...

New collaborations tackle bioscience big data challenges

The UK's Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council has invested £7.5M in new infrastructure to tackle bioscience big data challenges. The new funding will improve the storage and...

Bacteria jump between species more easily than previously thought

A new study suggests that bacteria may be able to jump between host species far easier than was previously thought. Researchers discovered that a single genetic mutation in a strain of...

Limpet teeth beat spider silk as strongest natural material known to man

Scientists at the University of Portsmouth have revealed the incredible strength of limpet teeth, in a discovery that could aid the development of new super strong man-made materials. ...

Making a better wound dressing — with fish skin

With a low price tag and mild flavor, tilapia has become a staple dinnertime fish for many Americans. Now it could have another use: helping to heal our wounds. In the journal ACS Applied...

Consortia building workshops for forthcoming "Integrated Omics" competition

Innovate UK is to invest up to £2m to stimulate innovative technology that exploits commercial opportunities through the integration of omics (e.g. genomics, proteomics, metabolomics etc.) and...

AntiMicrobial Challenge: Working together to meet this global threat, 29 Apr 2015, Swansea

Microbes present a major threat to human health in the 21st century. Almost every day we hear reports on the increase of hospital acquired infections, the rise in the number of bacterial species...

Integrating land and water management- exploring opportunities for business, 5-6 March 2015, Lancaster

Catchment Management in Action: Integrating land and water management in the Eden exploring opportunities for business 5 th -6 th March 2015, Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster &...
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