Understanding Innovate UK funding and the role of the KTN

Date: Monday 10th February 2020, 10am – 2pm, The Bioeconomy Outreach Centre, York The aim of the workshop will be introducing the format and strategy of Innovate UK funding, which is used to support business led innovation in the UK. And will cover the following topics: – General principles of Innovate UK funding and standard […]

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16th January 2020

KTN report: data drive decision making for bioprocessing

KTN report: data drive decision making for bioprocessing On 19th September, 2019 FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies (FDB), in partnership with the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), held a “Science Exchange” event, inviting innovative companies to help transform the next generation of biologic drugs manufacture, through the application of advanced digital technologies. A number of THYME academics from […]

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13th January 2020

Supporting young entrepreneurs in the bioeconomy

As part of the THYME project, BioVale and the Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC) invited BIO-HEX to a one-day entrepreneurial workshop after seeing their innovative biobased idea pitched at the University of York’s 2019 The Big Deal enterprise competition. BIO-HEX was set up by four students from St Wilfrids Catholic High School in Pontefract, they were […]

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20th December 2019

THYME researchers awarded a place at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2020

Researchers from the universities of York and Teesside have been awarded a place at the prestigious Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, taking place from Monday 6th July to Sunday 12th July 2020 in London. Their research, funded by the THYME project, focuses on understanding the microbes that manage our waste for us. We depend on […]

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