Category: <span>Event</span>

EBNet Webinar: Bioelectrochemical Development for Environmental Technology

Webinar: Friday 17 March 2023, 09.00-10.00 (GMT). Registration open soon. (Find our past webinar recordings on the YouTube channel HERE.) Invited International Speaker: Title: “tbc“ Associate Professor Annemiek ter Heijne, Environmental Technology, Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands. A. Prof. Annemiek ter Heijne is Former President & Fellow and active …

EBNet Webinar: LCA for Biotechnology Problems: targeted fundamental methodology – 16 March 10-12.00 (GMT)

Brought to you by the Process Integration and Sustainability Assessment Working Group, their second webinar will introduce the methodologies involved in performing a Life Cycle Assessment for the EB sector. This webinar is led by Professor Jhuma Sadhukhan, University of Surrey. Save the date. “LCA for Biotechnology Problems: targeted fundamental …

The EBNet Early Career Researcher Conference – 30 Aug-1 Sept 2023, Edinburgh

Registration is now open: HERE Are you an ECR working in Environmental Biotechnology? Join us in 2023 for our 5th annual ECR conference (ECR23). Last year we attracted 70 people to Nottingham with an array of interesting talks, a free career-focused workshop and prizes for the best contributors. This year …

5th International MEEP Symposium 5-7 July 2023, Lucerne Switzerland

This conference on Microbial, Enzymatic & Bio-Photovoltaic Electrochemical Reactors, Fuel Cells & Electrolyser Systems is organised in conjunction with PHOENIX – Cost Action & EFCF – European Electrolyser & Fuel Cell Forum. Abstract submission deadline: 23 January 2023 The aim of the 5th International MEEP Symposium is to open up …

EBNet Workshop: Life Cycle Assessment Tools for Environmental Biotechnology – 12 Dec 22 13.00-16.00 GMT

This webinar recording is now available here. We invite EBNet members to join us for this FREE online workshop – brought to you by the Process Integration and Sustainability Assessment Working Group. Join us for 3 hours of top level content. Featuring top speakers from academia and industry this workshop …

BBSRC: Bioelectrical Engineering Community Webinar, Tuesday 6 December, 3:30 – 4:30 PM (Responsive Mode Spotlights – UKRI)

Following the publication of the BBSRC strategic delivery plan, a New Responsive Mode Spotlight mechanism has been introduced to provide simpler and more agile support of certain areas of timely strategic interest, opportunity, or need. BBSRC consider Bioelectrical Engineering to be one of these areas and as such they invite applications …

‘Fate, Risks and Remediation of Emerging Contaminants, Antibiotic Resistance Genes and Microplastics in Surface Waters and Groundwaters of Selected European Rivers and Future Covid-19 Related Challenges’ – from 13:00, 7 December 2022, UCL, London.

EBNet are happy to support ECR members who wish to attend this event – an invited keynote talk by Prof. Damia Barcelo with networking. We have a limited number of Travel Bursaries (max. £150) available to assist with travel. Contact us at EBNet@EBNet.ac.uk for details. Light food and drinks will …

EBNet Webinar: “Aerobic granulation in continuous operating mode and its commercialisation” – Dr Sudhir Murthy, NEWhub Corp

Webinar: Thursday, 17 November 2022 12.30-13.30 (GMT). Find our past webinar recordings on the YouTube channel HERE Invited International Speaker: Title: “Aerobic granulation in continuous operating mode and its commercialisation“ Dr. Sudhir Murthy is Chief Executive Officer of NEWhub Corp. He is also an Adjunct Senior Research Scientist at Columbia …

Webinar: Advances in Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors (AnMBR)

Recording for Prof. van Lier and Prof. Jefferson available here. Registered attendees can contact us for Dr Pacheco-Ruiz’s recording details. Rescheduled from spring this year, we have the much anticipated AnMBR webinar featuring 3 top speakers from the UK and EU. Join us on Wednesday, 7th December 2022 at 13.00-15.00 …

The Water Biofilms seminar series: “What are biofilms doing in our drinking water pipes?” by Professor Joby Boxall, University of Sheffield

The webinar recording is now available here. Wednesday, 21 September 2022, 12.00-13.00. EBNet, in combination with NBIC, are hosting a series of specialist webinars to support knowledge exchange amongst members. Hear the latest developments from top speakers and participate in the online chat to engage with questions. This fascinating series …

Early Career People in Water Conference 2022 – Cranfield University, 16-17 November 2022.

The Early Career People in Water Conference aims to provide a platform for early career researchers and young professionals to share and discuss the latest advances and innovation in Water and ways forward for a more equal, diverse, and inclusive water sector. The conference will take place at Cranfield University …

The 4th Annual Early Career Researcher Conference (ECR22): Welcome back to live events

12-14th September 2022 – Jubilee Conference Centre, Triumph Road, The University of Nottingham NG8 1DH Here is the opening presentation with added details on other NIBBS, funding and links to more information here. Our updated and detailed agenda is now available here (the printed version we will hand out has …

The Water Biofilms seminar series: “Granular Activated Carbon Biofilms for Biomethanation from Wastewater” by Dr Po-Heng Lee, Imperial College London

Wednesday, 6 July 2022, 12.00-13.00. This event is now over, but the recording is available HERE.EBNet, in combination with NBIC, are hosting a series of specialist webinars to support knowledge exchange amongst members. Hear the latest developments from top speakers and participate in the online chat to engage with questions. …

E3BNet event: Sustainable landscapes for microbe–mineral interactions – 28 April 2022

Join E3BNet for a webinar next week on “Sustainable landscapes for microbe–mineral interactions: relevance to mineral recovery and agricultural systems“Thursday 28th April 2022 at 9.30 Professor Richard Herrington, Head of the Earth Sciences Department at the Natural History Museum, investigates the behaviour of metals critical for our modern economy in …