Environmental Biotechnology Network

MARCH 21 Events Roundup

E3BNet: UK to get the world’s first commercial precious metal bio-refinery from e-waste 16 March 2021 KTN: Global Research and Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) 2021 16 March 2021 BDC Webinar: How to find increased value from your by-products & waste streams 17 March 2021 BioVale: Anaerobic Digestion event: Compulsory …

FEBRUARY 21 Events Roundup

RSC Webinar: Marine Plastics: From Local to Global 16 February 2021 The Royal Society: You and the planet – air 16 February 2021 E3BNet Metals in Biology: Seminar series Probing metalloenzyme catalysis with time-resolved crystallographic and spectroscopic methods at X-ray free-electron lasers, 17 February 2021 The challenge to correctly measure …

FEBRUARY 21 Funding Roundup

Future Leaders Fellowships: Round 6 23 February 2021 Leverhulme: Early Career Fellowships 25 February 2021 IBioIC/ALGAE-UK: POC Call – “Industrial Biotechnology Applications of Algae in Food and Novel Food Ingredients” 26 February 2021 Carbon Recycling Network: 2nd POC Call: ‘Towards Net Zero with waste gas utilization’ 28 February 2021 RAE: …

Webinar Outcomes – “FOG/Fatberg Mitigation and Societal Behaviour – Aspects of Environmental Biotech”

SYNOPSIS The new EBNet Webinar series replaced our annual Research Colloquium with top-quality, specialist webinars on a range of EB topics. Concluding the 2020-21 programme with “FOG/Fatberg Mitigation and Societal Behaviour – Aspects of Environmental Biotech” were Dr Mar Batista, British Water and Natalia Jawiarczyk, Cranfield University. A combination of …

Webinar Outcomes – “How to Engineer a Microbial Ecosystem – Fundamentals of Environmental Biotech”

SYNOPSIS The new EBNet Webinar series is designed to replace our annual Research Colloquium with top-quality, specialist webinars on a range of EB topics. Leading the discussion this January to explore the latest in “How to Engineer a Microbial Ecosystem – Fundamentals of Environmental Biotech”, was Professor Tom Curtis, Newcastle. …

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 the Institute for Science and Society, University of Nottingham. Registration (which closes at 8 am, Mon 25 Jan) and further details …

JANUARY 21 Funding Roundup

KTP: SMEs based in Wales to receive 75% contribution!  Deadline now extended: 30 June 2021. EPSRC: Synthetic biology postdoctoral fellowship Open Innovate UK Smart Grants 20 January 2021 ESRC IAA funding call 21 January 2021 JSPS London Pre/Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researchers (Short Term) 26 January 2021  Carbon Recycling Network: …

JANUARY 21 Events Roundup

IBioIC’s 7th Annual Conference 10 – 11 February 2021 E3B Workshop: The challenge to correctly measure metal affinities of proteins 11 February 2021 KTN: Global Research and Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) 2021 16 March 2021 ISMOS-8 8-11 June 2021 Online Symposium RSC: MOFs for energy and the environment Faraday …

Early Career Researcher* Conference 2021 – w/c 28 June

Online bite-sized sessions THIS FREE EVENT IS NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION Further details in the event flyer here. Showcasing the latest research and innovation with a selection of Early Career Researcher (ECR) presentations and posters, opportunities to network across disciplines and a chance to explore the wider world of Environmental …

Webinar Outcomes – “Organohalide Bioremediation – Current Approaches in Environmental Biotech”

SYNOPSIS (The video is available here) The new EBNet Webinar series is designed to replace our annual Research Colloquium with top-quality, specialist webinars on a range of EB topics. Under the spotlight this January to share the latest in “Organohalide Bioremediation – Current Approaches in Environmental Biotech”, were Dr Sophie …

PhD Opportunity: Tracking the fate of plastic biodegradation

DEADLINE: Sun 14 Feb 21 This EPSRC-funded project aims to identify the biological and geochemical/physical processes involved in controlling the fate of plastics (of different polymer types) under different environmental settings. Applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MSc degree in a relevant field by Autumn 2021. …