Environmental Biotechnology Network

Past Events

EBNet Events and Activities – Archive

Some of our past events and webinars can be found on our YouTube Channel. Our RC Webinar Series 2021 is shown separately here. Previous EBNet events are shown below:

Sorry, no photo 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…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet/Carbon Recycling Network webinar: CO2 Biomethanisation – Thursday, 26 May 2022, 12.00-14.00. Registration now closed. Permitted recordings will be uploaded shortly.EBNet are hosting a series of specialist webinars to support knowledge exchange amongst members. Hear the latest developments from top…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet/Algae-UK webinar: "Developments in Algal Gas Scrubbing" – Tuesday, 17 May at 12.00-13.30, UK summer time (GMT+1) This joint event is brought to you by Algae-UK and EBNet to support knowledge exchange amongst members. Register HERE now to join the EBNet/Algae-UK webinar “Developments in Algal Gas…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Why Bioinformatics Training is Important – Webinar: Wednesday, 11 May 2022, 14.00-15.30. Registration closed The slides for the meeting are available here. Recording available here - an excellent resource for anyone wanting to learn more about bioinformatics! This open session is…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Gout, bigger muscles and a sweet tooth - what other than Covid-19 have we been monitoring in wastewater? Professor Kevin Thomas, QAEHS – Webinar: Thursday, 10 March 2022, 10.00-11.00 (GMT) This talk is by Professor Kevin Thomas - Director of the Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences (QAEHS). Registration is now closed. The past 2 years has seen…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet Webinar: Using Big Data Approaches to Understand Microbial Communities  – Thursday, 10th February 2022 at 13.00 – 14.15 - Registration now closed. The SESSION RECORDING is available here. See Dr Sophie Nixon's presentation here and Dr Imer Ujaz's presentation here. Can you help inform our Bioinformatics Working Group …Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet Webinar: Biological and Technological Solutions to Microplastic Pollution – Thursday, 20th January 2022 at 12:00 – 14.00 EBNet are hosting a series of specialist webinars to support knowledge exchange amongst members. Registration is now closed. Hear the latest developments from top speakers and participate in the…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Fishing for Viruses in Sewage. A tool for understanding the molecular epidemiology of tiny human pathogens – Webinar: Thursday, 16 December 2021, 12.00-13.00pm This talk is by Dr Javier Martin, NIBSC. Registration is now closed. The video of the session can be viewed here. Dr Javier Martin is currently working as a Principal Scientist in the…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Wastewater Monitoring for Public Health: Research from the Environmental Monitoring for Health Protection (EMHP) – Webinar: Thursday, 25 November 2021, 12.00-13.00pm This talk is by Dr Jazz Grimsley, UK HSA. Registration is now closed. Dr Jasmine Grimsley’s current work in the Environmental Monitoring for Health Protection (EMHP) team at the UK Health…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Mass Spectrometry in Wastewater-based Epidemiology (WBE) for the Determination of Small and Large Molecules as Biomarkers of Exposure - Needs for COVID-19 Testing with Environmental Proteomics (EP-WBE) – Webinar: Thu 11 Nov, 11.00 am-noon This talk is by Professor Damia Barcelo - IDAEA-CSIC, Spain. Registration is now closed. View the talk on YouTube here. View Professor Barcelo's presentation here and download the related paper…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Developing the Next-Generation of Monitoring for Human and Env. Protection – Webinar: Wed 29 Sep 12:00-13:00 This talk is by Dr Andrew Singer, who is a Principal Scientist at the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH). He is a pollution scientist with an interest in understanding its effects on microbial ecology…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Early Career Researcher* Conference: 28 June - 1 July 2021 – Online bite-sized sessions - Agenda available now THIS FREE EVENT IS NOW CLOSED FOR POSTER/PRESENTATION REGISTRATION but open for Talking Head (short networking video) registrations only - see details below. Note that all registered attendees…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet ECR/YP Get Together and Pub Quiz 2020 – Have some down-time with us in the run-up to Xmas. Set an hour aside for some informal chat and a short "Pub Quiz" this December - only for our Early Career Researchers (ECR) and Young Professionals (YP).  Tuesday lunchtime, 15 December…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Early Career Researcher Conference - 25 Jun 20 – This event was held as an online conference on Thursday 25 Jun. All voting closed on the 14th of July. This entirely free event connects EBNet ECR members* to share research and experiences across the range of Environmental Biotechnology…Read more.
Sorry, no photo Presentations from EB Network Research Colloquium, 22-23 Jan 20 – Introduction to the Environmental Biotechnology Network (EBNet) - Prof Sonia Heaven, University of Southampton Renewable Resources and Clean Growth - Dr Roderick Westrop, BBSRC Theme 1 - Biosciences and engineering - Chaired by Dr Tony…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet Research Colloquium: 22-23 Jan 20, Edinburgh – This year, the Environmental Biotechnology Research Colloquium was held at the John McIntyre Conference Centre at the University of Edinburgh, starting with a dinner at 7:30 pm on 22 January 2020, with the main…Read more.
Sorry, no photo EBNet 2019 ECR Conference: 1-2 Jul 19, Sheffield Hallam University – Congratulations to all the winners of prizes at our Early Career Researcher (ECR) Conference. Best Overall Presentation (Prize@ £1,500 Travel Bursary): Aaron Brown, University of LeedsBest in Session 1: Ziyi Liu,…Read more.

NIBB Events – Archive

Details of previous EBNet events with other NIBB Networks can be found here:

Sargassum Golden Tides: A Global Problem – 26 May 21 (online) - 14.00-17.00 hrs - Register here. Beach inundations by Sargassum blooms have been called the single greatest threat to tourism in the Caribbean, as well as causing problems in other areas, such as Mexico and West Africa. The…Read more.
Responsible Innovation: Industrial Biotechnology and Engineering Biology – Mon 25 Jan 21 10:30-14:00, online EBNet is pleased to be participating in this event hosted by the Carbon Recycling Network, the Nottingham BBSRC/EPSRC Synthetic Biology Research Centre, and the ENGICOIN project, in collaboration with…Read more.
Joint M3B Net/EBNet Metal Biorecovery and Bioremediation: 28-29 Nov 19, Manchester – Jonathan Lloyd introduces 'Challenges and opportunities in metal bio-recovery' There are a number of cross-over areas between the NIBB and the area of bio-remediation is one of them. Manchester hosted some were fascinating talks on this…Read more.
EBNet-AlgaeUK: Algae and Environmental Biotechnology, 9 Oct 19 – The theme of this EBNet and Algae-UK joint event was "recent developments in the field of carbon capture, commercial development and integrated systems". Held at Birkbeck College, London on 9 Oct 19, a stellar gathering of…Read more.

Other Events – Archive

Early Career Women in Water 2021 Conference – 8 Mar 21, online The EB Network is proud to support the Early Career Women in Water 2021 conference, now being held online on 8 Mar 21. With a strong programme, some excellent speakers and keynotes from Prof Elise Cartmell and Lila Thompson,…Read more.
EB Network at European Biosolids and Organic Resources, 19-20 Nov 19 - Poster winner and session – EBNet were proud to sponsor the "Student and Young Professionals’ Poster Award" at this year's AquaEnviro European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference & Exhibition,19-20 November 2019 in Manchester. Network co-manager Angie Bywater …Read more.