The Department of Health is to invest up to £25 million in projects to develop new vaccines against infectious diseases. This competition will support projects seeking to develop candidate vaccines and vaccine platform technologies at the preclinical stage. The aim is to enable an effective and rapid response during future outbreaks of disease.
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BioPilotsUK is a collaboration created by five established biorefining open-access centres who recognise the importance of partnerships to develop UK bio-based value chains. Together, they de-risk the commercialisation of bio-based products and processes by trialling new technologies to ensure our partners are investing in the right technologies for their business.
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Aim and scope of the call
The aim of the co-funded call is to contribute to transforming the global economy from a dependence on fossil raw material to a sustainable bio-based economy . The submitted pre-proposals must be multidisciplinary and they will include at least one of the following scientific approaches:
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3F Bio (Scotland, UK) and MetGen (Finland) were both acknowledged by their peers as industrial biotech leaders at this year’s European Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy, #EFIB2016.
3F Bio, a technology spin-out company from University of Strathclyde, was voted strongest proposal for funding by a panel of venture capitalists at...
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Please visit the IBLF stand in the exhibition hall.
Glasgow, 19 October 2016 - Creating jobs and economic growth, tackling climate change and paving the way towards a circular, bioeconomy for Europe will all be on the agenda at this year’s EFIB. Over 600 leading industry and policy experts meet this week at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow to discuss the...
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Together with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Innovate UK, we've launched a UK Business Survey on Building the UK-China Innovation Future . The purpose of the survey is to obtain as much evidence as possible for activities which aim to promote beneficial innovation collaboration between UK and Chinese partners. We’re aiming to reach all industries and communities.
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Philip Hammond has unveiled a package of support which includes £220 million for the life science and university sectors to help technology breakthroughs translate into commercial success, as well as action to ensure disruptive businesses thrive in the UK.
The package includes:
£100 million of funding to extend and enhance the Biomedical Catalyst, supporting innovative UK life...
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The Forensic Science Technology Showcase provides a chance to see the latest UK research based developments in forensic science. The day is a fantastic opportunity to meet new partners, speak to end users and forensic service providers.
We are pleased to announce that this year the Showcase will be opened by Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Advisor.
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CPI proudly opens ground-breaking plant for development of sustainable fish feed at Wilton
Leading retailers, producers, investors and government representatives from around the globe gathered in the north of England today to mark the opening of an historic facility that will help meet the protein demands of the world’s growing population.
USA-based Calysta (www.calysta.com) chose...
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26 September 2016 – EuropaBio is delighted to open a new edition of the European Biotech Week that is growing into a global success story this year. Between 26 September and October 2, a record 16 European countries will witness over a 100 biotech-focused activities and events on their territories with many others planned across 4 continents.
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Innovate UK is to invest up to £11 million in collaborative research and development projects to stimulate large-scale manufacturing in the cell and gene therapy sector.
They are seeking proposals to industrialise established manufacturing processes for cell and gene therapies. The aim of this competition is to develop the manufacturing capability of candidate cell and gene therapies so...
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IET SynbiCITE Engineering Biology Conference
13-15 December 2016
The 1st IET /SynbiCITE Conference on Engineering Biology 2016 will provide a focal point for the international synthetic biology community to congregate and share cutting edge research in synthetic biology and how these findings are being commercialised and adopted by industry.
The programme is...
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UK organisations can apply for a share of up to £4 million capital investment that will enable research into antimicrobial resistance and advance the development of new products and services.
About the funding
Innovate UK are delivering a competition on behalf of the Department of Health to invest up to £4 million to support the UK’s capability to...
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The Scottish Enterprise Open Innovation platform harnesses the ideas, insights and experience of those who can help organisations do things better.
They are working with 13 businesses and public sector organisations to create a series of innovation challenges which are open for Scottish businesses to respond to.
They currently have 6 challenges:
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If you are looking to secure funding, meet new partners or go global then you should be at Innovate 2016 - the UK’s leading innovation conference, exhibition and networking event dedicated to businesses like yours.
You are invited to take part in the global showcase of UK innovation, hear from global thought-leaders and create real business opportunities at Innovate...
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SACGM(CU) provides independent technical and scientific advice to HSE and Defra, as well as their counterparts in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Its remit covers all aspects of the human and environmental risks from the contained use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In particular the Committee has the following specific roles:
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Innovate UK is to invest up to £15 million in innovation projects addressing technical or commercial challenges relevant to the health and life sciences sector that will lead to increased UK SME competitiveness, growth and productivity. The Health and Life Sciences sector has a focus on agriculture, food and healthcare, underpinned by technologies developed in bioscience and medical...
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Despite weakening sales and exports in Q2 2016, chemical and pharmaceutical companies are continuing their positive outlook in the midst of significant post-Brexit concerns. The Chemical Industries Association second quarter member company business survey found that looking to the next twelve months 89% feel Research & Development investment will either remain the same or increase, 87%...
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The CRACK IT challenge-led competition funds collaborations between industry, academics and SMEs to solve business and scientific 'Challenges' which if solved will deliver 3Rs and commercial benefits, either by improving business processes or developing a commercialisable product.
The 2016 CRACK IT Challenges competition consists of four Challenges identified jointly by the...
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Ingenza is pleased to announce it has successfully applied for EU H2020 SME Instrument funding of €50,000 for Phase 1 of its innovative SYNBIOMAN project, allowing the company to forge ahead with the development of this novel synthetic biology-driven biomanufacturing platform. Successful completion of the Phase 1 study could open the door to additional funding for Phase 2, valued at €2.5...
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Could your Innovation have a Security Application?
Funding for great ideas available through:
Innovative Research Call 2016 for Explosives and Weapons Detection
The fourth iteration of this successful cross-Government research call is seeking innovation in all aspects of explosives and weapons detection.
This research call is seeking...
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The University of Nottingham is recruiting 2 postdocs for a new IB Catalyst grant on Continuous Biomanufacturing of Platform Chemicals. Both posts are for 5 years. Details of the projects and application process are at:
Microbial Physoiology - ...
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The University of Bristol is currently advertising for two Knowledge Exchange Development Associates to advance the impact of the University's research. If you have experience of developing the applications of research in business, charities, the public sector or in a university then these roles could be for you.
These two posts will focus on the Faculties of Engineering and Biomedical...
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C1NET , a BBSRC Network in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy, has opened its latest call for Proof of Concept projects.
The theme of this call is " Gas-to-Value: fermentation-based conversion processes." They are seeking to fund the development of biological and engineering innovations that lower costs or improve value in the conversion of carbon-rich gases...
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The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and Medical Research Council (MRC) have pre-announced a £9M call for Networks in Vector Borne Disease (VBD) Research .
About the funding
This call forms part of BBSRC’s and MRC’s activities under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and therefore requires Networks to address VBD challenges...
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