Latest news

Book a one-to-one meeting at the Food Matter Live 2016 matchmaking event

Enterprise Europe is organising a FREE matchmaking event during Food Matters Live . Food Matters Live is a cross-sector event bringing together the food and drink industry, retailers,...

Creating a step-change in dairy cattle innovation through collaboration

A new KTN success story  highlights one of the many ways that KTN helps to drive innovation for UK businesses - by facilitating new connections and collaborations between different...

Showcase your innovation at Innovate 2016, 2-3 Nov 2016, Manchester

Innovate 2016 , hosted by UKTI and Innovate UK, is an annual two day event showcasing the very best of innovation talent and global opportunities for businesses. It will be held at...

Prize winner's report from ECR in Food 2015

The Early Career Researchers in Food Conference, which was organised by the KTN in October 2015, provided early career researchers with a platform to showcase their research to an audience...

Looking to scale & grow your business? Come to Venturefest Scotland, 1 Sep 2016, Glasgow

Venturefest Scotland is an annual, business innovation event for ambitious Scottish SMEs, entrepreneurs, investors, academics and innovators designed to inspire, inform and connect. Last year...

£4M awarded for new UK-Brazil joint projects in wheat research

A £4M investment between BBSRC and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) has been made to support collaborations between UK and Brazilian scientists in wheat research. ...

Salad days – tomatoes that last longer and still taste good

The tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) is one of the most valuable fruit crops in the world with an annual global value in excess of $50Bn. We eat so many they also play an important role in our...

Could a 3rd year physics student test or improve your product?

Lancaster University is offering an opportunity for businesses and organisations to take advantage of a team of highly-motivated and skilled undergraduates to work on specific projects at...

KTN's Professor Brian Hanley taking part in panel discussion on Tomorrow's Foods at Food Matters Live

KTN's  Professor Brian Hanley  will take part in a panel discussion on " Tomorrow’s foods: what will consumers accept? " at Food Matters Live in London, on 24th November 2016...

KTN's plant sector newsletter now available

The July 2016 edition of KTN's  Plant  Sector newsletter   is now available, full of all the latest funding opportunities, events and research news of relevance to the...

Check out the exciting programme of speakers and workshops at EFIB 2016

EFIB 2016 , on 18-20 October in Glasgow, will provide 650+ delegates with insights from over 100 speakers around what success looks like so far in the biobased industry and what routes need...

10 micrograms of vitamin D needed daily to help keep bones, teeth & muscles healthy

Public Health England ( PHE ) has advised the government that  everyone needs vitamin D equivalent to an average daily intake of 10 micrograms t o protect bone and muscle health . ...

£5M funding available to encourage innovative applications of robotics & autonomous systems

Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are to invest up to £5 million in innovation projects to stimulate new partnerships across robotics and...

SYSMIC - maths and computing techniques for biological research

SYSMIC is an online course in  interdisciplinary skills for  biologists - m aths and computing  techniques for  biological research. Learn to model...

Learn about British Council - CONACyT calls within the Newton Fund in Mexico

The British Council recently opened two calls in Mexico under the Newton Fund along with their Mexican partners CONACyT. The British Council's lead for the Newton Fund in Mexico, Liliana...

Agri-Tech Strategy Blog - Three things you need to know about the UK agri-tech sector

In the latest Agri-Tech Strategy Blog Akshay Paonaskar highlights three things you need to know about the agri-tech sector, namely: In 2013 the agri-tech sector contributed £14 billion...

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for UK Agriculture: Creating an Invisible Precision Farming Technology

The Satellite Applications Catapult has published a white paper on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for UK Agriculture: Creating an Invisible Precision Farming Technology. "This white...

3D Printing – Design Freedom & Material Choices

Article by Sarah Jacobs, KTN What do we know about 3D printing? 3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing, is revolutionizing many aspects of our lives — from replica...

Rushlight Awards 2016-17: Celebrating the latest clean technologies, innovations, initiatives and deployment projects

The Rushlight Awards support and promote all the latest clean technologies, innovations, initiatives and deployment projects for businesses and other organisations throughout UK, Ireland and...

£19.5M for quantum technologies - possible applications in agri-tech

Innovate UK and EPSRC will soon launch a £19.5 million competition to develop quantum technology prototypes or establish technical or market feasibility. Quantum technologies can have...
Showing 1 - 20 of 249 results.
Items per Page 20
of 13

Subscribe to our updates

Subscribe to our newsletters
Follow us on twitter

Join us on LinkedIn

Keep up to date with the latest agri-food and biosciences news, events, funding opportunities and more.

Venturefest Scotland 2016

1st September 2016, Glasgow

Animal Sector Newsletter

Food Sector Newsletter

 

Plant Sector Newsletter

 

Industrial Biotechnology

Synthetic Biology

Algal Bioenergy

Got a Question?

 

Email us Email Us
Contact a member of our team