Applicants are invited for a Research Fellow position to investigate microbially-mediated power-to-gas systems.
You will investigate microbially-mediated power-to-gas systems and develop continuous laboratory-scale systems for biological production of methane at high concentrations both from gas-fed bioreactors and through modification of conventional anaerobic digestion. The research is intended to assess the optimum conditions and the performance limitations and to link these with metabolic functionality and control, in collaboration with other consortium partners.
The post funded by a BBSRC IB Catalyst grant with partners in the Universities of York and Sheffield.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 11 June 2015.
Informal enquiries are welcome and can be directed to Prof Charles Banks: email@example.com
An event which has grown exponentially over the past few years, as interest in this growing technology has exploded. This is the main event which focusses on bio-methane, with all the major suppliers in attendance. More information can be found here: http://www.r-e-a.net/events/uk-biomethane-day-2015
The upcoming competition : Finding value in complex biological data – integrated ‘omics’, run by Innovate UK and BBSRC is opening shortly for registration.
The aim of this competition is to build a commercial ecosystem to exploit the commercial opportunities of ‘omics (e.g. genomics, proteomics etc.), systems biology and complex biological data streams with a particular focus on bioinformatics and bio-data based business models. More information on this competition.
Competition Briefing Event – 2 June, London
This event is an excellent opportunity for you to receive first hand information about the competition – its scope, application process, key dates etc. as well as network with peers, potential partners, market leaders & innovators in the industry.
Register here for the briefing event or webinar.
The KTN has announced the new Spark Plus award. Closing date is 22 May 15. These are awards of £10K to an academic partner if an industry partner provides £5K match funding. Further details can be found at https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/algal-biotechnology-special-interest-group/algal-spark-plus-awards
If you are looking for industry or academic partners, contact us – we have a large member list, many of whom are interested in algae.
The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association’s annual trade show takes place on 1-2 July 15 at the Birmingham NEC. The R&D Hub at the show was extremely successful last year and is destined to be even better this year. This is one of the main annual tradeshows in the AD calendar and is well worth a visit. Come along and find out about cutting edge research in the field of anaerobic digestion and how the Anaerobic Digestion Network can help you. More information can be found here: http://adbioresources.org/uk-ad-biogas-2015
This is a 2 day residential workshop in Norwich on harnessing the potential of synthetic biology for Industrial Biotechnology. Further information, registration details and a draft programme can be found at https://hvcfp.net/events REGISTER BEFORE 20 MAY 15
The Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Network have produced their first Challenge Landscape document: “UK Lignocellulosic feedstock resource” which is now available on their website: http://lb-net.net.
Includes a number of speakers who are leaders in their fields of Protein Engineering/Analytics and Cell Engineering/Synthetic & Systems Biology, as well as international representation from academia and industry. Further details at http://www.sheffieldbiomanufacturing.org/index.php/news-events/event/advanced-biomanufacturing-conference/
Our third Business Interaction Voucher has been awarded. These vouchers support collaborations between industrial and academic partners within the Network. Our first two BIVs are well on track to produce some good information for the industrial partners and we have two more in the pipeline. Interested in finding out how we can help fund an academic to help you with a business problem? Take a look at our Information on BIVs.
The BBSRC Food Waste NIBB Network will be holding a workshop in July on Processing Technologies for Recovering value Added Components from Food Processing Waste. Further details can be found on their website at http://t.co/WJaKAOXOfq