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Yorkshire as a national focus for innovation in food manufacturing sustainability

Webinar, 12th November 2020 Join BioVale for this free workshop to  discuss opportunities for added value from food manufacturing side streams and co-products in Yorkshire. This event will bring together: food manufacturers with technology providers and researchers who can add value to those products. The webinar will be followed by …

EBNet at the World Biogas Summit 2020

Prof Sonia Heaven joined a line-up of speakers from New Zealand, Ireland, Canada and the UK to speak on “Balancing H2 input to anaerobic digesters to maximise methane production”. This work, carried out with Bing Tao, Yue Zhang, Charles Banks and others is outlined in more detail in the Environmental …

BBSRC Survey on Utilising Models in Research

BBSRC has launched a survey looking at the use of models in research. The breadth of the survey includes researchers using whole animals, cells, tissues, and computational models. Visit: https://bbsrc.ukri.org/about/reviews/consultations/survey-on-the-use-of-models-in-research/ The overall purpose of this consultation is to gain a better understanding of this complex area, examine the use of models …

UKRI-BBSRC Collaborative Training Partnerships (CTP2) funding call is now open

The UKRI-BBSRC Collaborative Training Partnerships (CTP) scheme is a doctoral training programme directed at industrial research challenges and delivered by consortia led by businesses in collaboration with Research Organisations. Its ambition is to build capacity and address strategic skills challenges in the UK bioeconomy[1] at doctoral level and provide candidates …

PDRA Job – University of Surrey

Apply by 14 Feb 20 Dr Claudio Avignone-Rossa is recruiting a Postdoctoral researcher to work on microbial electrochemical systems for water treatment, in a collaborative project between the Systems Microbiology Group at the University of Surrey and the Department of Water Pollution (National Research Center, Egypt), funded by the British Council through …