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The Biosciences KTN Annual Conference

Dr Mike Pitts, Chemistry Innovation’s Sustainability Manager, was invited to give a talk during the Biosciences Knowledge Transfer Network’s first annual conference which was appropriately held during the week of Industrial Biotechnology (IB) events in Edinburgh. The Technology Strategy Board has already developed strategies surrounding IB for Biosciences, and has formed the...
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Birmingham's Science City

University of Birmingham recently hosted an interactive day with CIKTN in order to share their specific competencies, areas of focus and state of the art equipment at ‘Science City’. The Schools of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering are interested in expanding their activities with the KTNs and recognised Chemistry Innovation KTN as the ideal route to do so. State-of-the-art...
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Formulation Mission USA 2011 launched - Call for delegates

In alignment with the Product Design priority area, Chemistry Innovation have launched, and are now in viting expressions of interest for, Formulation Mission USA - a business-led knowledge exchange mission which will connect you to a world class knowledge base and promote broader collaboration in formulation science and technology to benefit UK plc. Part funding is available...
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The CCaLC tool takes top prize at IChemE's 2010 Innovation and Excellence Awards

The CCaLC tool (Carbon Calculations over the Life Cycle of Industrial Activities) was developed in collaboration with chemical engineers from Manchester University and a range of industry partners. The project has been led by Adisa Azapagic, Professor of Sustainable Chemical Engineering at the University of Manchester. Chemistry Innovation is a partner in the project, having...
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ACTIVITY REVIEW - Process modelling: scope benefits & pitfalls webinar

On October 6 th Chemistry Innovation KTN and Nano KTN were very pleased to run this webinar on Process modelling: scope benefits & pitfalls presented by Prof Costas Pantelides FREng [Imperial College London, Process Systems Enterprise] The presentation was a variation of the successful keynote presentation that Prof Pantelides delivered at the KTNs’ “Delivery of value...
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EVENT: Modelling for Scale-up and Commericialisation of Nanomaterials and Formulated Solids

The NanoKTN and Chemistry Innovation KTN are organising the following event on: Modelling for Scale-up and Commericialisation of Nanomaterials and Formulated Solids   Date 24 th November Venue IMechE, One Birdcage Walk, London   For more information and to register please see the event flyer
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EVENT REVIEW - Smart formulation: Using modelling and high throughput to revolutionise formulation development

More than 70 scientists from industry and academia gathered in Bradford on 22 nd October to review needs and opportunities for high throughput (HTe) technologies and modelling in formulation science . The event was jointly arranged by Intelligent Formulation, Chemistry Innovation, KCMC (Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry) and NanoKTN. Keynote presentations were given from...
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Chemistry Innovation reflects on the event 'Innovate10'

Run by the Technology Strategy Board, Innovate is a networking, conference and exhibition event for businesses, government and academia with the aim of making innovation happen. Innovate hosts exhibitors and speakers who have all successfully embraced Innovation and those who feel innovation is of importance, linking them together to further their ideas and provide them with potential new...
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EVENT: Black & Green? part 2: Tools for Sustainable Formulations

Black & Green? part 2: Tools for Sustainable Formulations   It used to be black and white but these days in formulations it seems to be black and green. Increasing concerns over environmental Carbon Footprints and the sustainability of sourcing of raw materials has prompted interest in how technology may be applied to improve the performance of formulated products across...
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WEBINAR: Current Funding from the Technology Strategy Board

This online event will provide an introduction to two current competitions for collaborative R&D funding from the Technology Strategy Board and will be focussing in particular on opportunities available for the biosciences and chemistry-using industries. Lead technologists from the Technology Strategy Board will outline the background, scope and key information on eligibility and the...
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Chemistry Innovation Associate's Event 2010

Chemistry Innovation would like to thank all delegates who participated in a successful CASE Award Associates’ Event at Lancaster University on 15/16 th September 2010. The event was attended by over 60 delegates with a mix of Associates, their academic and industrial supervisors and invited guests. Following a brief introduction from Chemistry Innovation’s Dr Colin Tattam the...
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The future of chemical & materials synthesis - Launch of EPSRC Grand Challenges

Your chance to take a leading role in shaping the future for chemical & materials synthesis in the UK The EPSRC have funded two complementary Network Grand Challenges (GCs) which will propose collaborative research solutions for significant, long term scientific challenges in chemical and materials synthesis. Chemistry Innovation is strongly involved to ensure that this activity is as...
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International Biotech Conference in Rimini

Steve Fletcher attended the International Biotechnology Symposium and Exhibition (IBS 2020) in Rimini which ran from 14th until 18th September. This was a huge conference with over 1500 delegates from 70 different countries. It was organised by a team led by Professor Fabio Fava of the University of Bologna. There were typically six parallel sessions in progress, as well as a poster display...
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EVENT - Smart formulation: Using modelling and high throughput to revolutionise formulation development

Chemistry Innovation KTN and Intelligent Formulation are pleased to announce the following event:   Advances in information technology, computational methods, artificial intelligence and robotics have opened up new possibilities for those seeking to accelerate the process of formulation development and enhance their understanding and exploitation of complex formulated systems. This...
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Collaboration Opportunity - Mass Spectrometry

An organic chemistry research group in the School of Chemistry at UEA, Norwich is looking to form a partnership with a dynamic and progressive, research led mass spectroscopy company.   The group is in the process (via a CASE award) of developing an innovative new High Throughput Screening (HTS) platform for investigating small molecule – protein interactions, small molecule...
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Science for REACH and CLP compliance

  Final press notice and invitation   Free lunchtime and afternoon event   Teddington, Middlesex 1200-1530, Thursday 4 November 2010       REACH dossiers, CLP notifications, safety data sheets and high quality regulatory services all have one thing in common - they rely on the effective use of scientific inputs, including sound measurement...
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Innovations in Packaging - a new _connect group

Last week, over 60 delegates from across the KTN community attended 'Innovations in Packaging'.  This event, designed to stimulate and facilitate new partnerships and collaborative projects across the packaging innovation supply chain, delivered significant value and to build on this platform we have now created a _connect group available to all.  Members will...
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WEBINAR - Delivery of value through process modelling

Process modelling is one of the key areas of modelling which has delivered significant value to the chemical industry and beyond   Chemistry Innovation and Nano KTNs are delighted to announce this webinar, which is a variation of the successful keynote presentation that Prof Pantelides delivered at the KTNs’ “Delivery of value through modelling” event in May...
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MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, ABPI, MHRA and RCUK/EPSRC workshop "Benefits and Risks of Nanomedicine"

Announcing the MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, ABPI, MHRA and RCUK/EPSRC workshop "Benefits and Risks of Nanomedicine" The MRC Centre for Drug Safety Sciences is holding a series of workshops, in conjunction with the ABPI and the MHRA, addressing the challenges facing drug safety science in a number of areas. Through this series we announce the "Benefits and...
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Small businesses, only one week to go to produce your two minute video for a 25K-100K fund

The Technology Strategy Board has a £600k competition aimed at small companies to encourage ideas that create new or unexpected market opportunities. The competition is looking for disruptive solutions to energy, digital, healthcare, & sustainability problems, and stage 1 simply asks for a two minute video outlining what you could do with a fund of £25K for a 3 month...
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Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum Newsletter - September 2010

Please download the latest Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum Newsletter - Issue 2 - September 2010 by clicking here or view it by clicking on the link below:   http://issuu.com/ciktn/docs/iblfnewsletterissue2     Please leave any comments below:
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Funding Call - Harnessing Large and Diverse Sources of Data - Opportunities for Cheminformatics & Data management

The TSB have announced a funding call on Harnessing Large and Diverse Sources of Data This call is split into two parts and contains opportunities for members of the “chemical-using” industries 1) Harnessing diverse data sources The examples of projects here include ways to model and assess the value of data to a business and for supporting the case for discarding or...
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Innovations In Packaging - Event programme now available

In response to recently released funding calls from the European Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), Chemistry Innovation will be one of five KTNs co-hosting a networking and consortia building workshop focusing on the development of new supply chain partnerships for innovative packaging.   This FREE event (14th September, London) aims to spark research, development and innovative...
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WEBINAR - Process modelling: scope benefits & pitfalls

WEBINAR - Process modelling: scope benefits & pitfalls DATE - October 6th (10 am) Prof Costas Pantelides FREng [Imperial College London, Process Systems Enterprise]   Chemistry Innovation and Nano KTNs are delighted to announce this webinar, which is a variation of the successful keynote presentation that Prof Pantelides delivered at the KTNs’ “Delivery of...
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Launch of Sheffield Synthesis Solutions (S3)

The University of Sheffield has announced a new initiative in knowledge transfer, connecting industry with the Department of Chemistry's experts in organic chemical synthesis. S3: Sheffield Synthesis Solutions is a consortium of four academics, with extensive expertise in the development and application of new synthetic methods. Professor Richard Jackson, Professor Iain Coldham, Professor...
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