World-leading bioenergy researchers are coming together for the first UK multidisciplinary, integrated, science-led International Bioenergy Conference on 11th-13th March 2014 in Manchester, UK. This conference will highlight the latest in advanced bioenergy research and help to build collaborations across research disciplines…
Yeasts are one of the earliest, if not the earliest, biological tools used by people. The earliest known written words in human history document recipes for making bread and beer, both of which are made using yeast, as well the price of bricks – it seems our fancy for food and drink while discussing the price of property has remained unchanged over the years.
Businesses are being invited to develop standard tools and services that will help grow the emerging industry of synthetic biology. Up to £3.8M is being made available by BBSRC, the Technology Strategy Board, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Welsh Government.
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