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Non-smoking Tobacco can be The Supper Renewable Feedstock for the Green Chemistry Industry

The market for tobacco has dropped down in the last decades due to reduction of smokers. This fact made that the number of farmers growing tobacco in USA, where this crop is indigenous, has shrank. This trend can now change because the emergence of new tobacco variety that opens a new market for tobacco growers. Tyton Biofuels developed a new variety of tobacco not suitable for...
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Call for presentations: KTN workshop on Advanced Sensing for Biosciences, 16 March, London

Much of the recent revolution in Bioscience and Clinical research has come through our ability to study the behaviour of biological systems at the molecular, cellular and physiological scales. Applying these insights to major challenges and market opportunities depend on further advances to ensure that studies continue to increase their sensitivity, selectivity and ease of use. KTN is...
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Invitation to free "sandpit" event on organisms able to grow on C1 compounds, 30-31 July, Nottingham

Hosted by C1net, and facilitated by the Knowledge Transfer Network, this FREE two-day, sandpit event will bring together academic and industrial partners to identify and address key challenges in the study of those organisms able to grow on C1 compounds and commercially exploit them as platforms for chemical manufacture.  Its major aim is to initiate new collaborations between...
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Funding opportunities and events from the ‘Crossing Biological Membranes' network

The BBSRC, with support from EPSRC, have committed £18M to fund 13 unique collaborative  Networks in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy  (BBSRC NIBB). The ‘ Crossing Biological Membranes ' network ( CBMNet)  hosted at The University of Sheffield fosters collaborations between academia, industry, policy makers and NGOs in order to find new approaches to...
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