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Kew Science Festival

Kew Science Festival takes place this coming weekend, and is free and open to all.

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Novel enzyme for lignin valorisation

Novel enzyme could help convert plant waste into valuable chemicals

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Launch of Future Biomanufacturing Research Hub

Future Biomanufacturing Research Hub – harnessing UK strengths in biomanufacturing.

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SME growth and use of Intellectual Property

A joint EPO-EUIPO study finds strong link between growth of SMEs and their use of IP

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Hypertrans expression products

Leaf Expression Systems have launched their first line of Hypertrans® research products

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Natural Science Collections and ABS

The Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF) has announced that CETAF Code of Conduct on Access and Benefit Sharing is the first Best Practice to be officially recognized by the European Commission to meet the requirements of the EU ABS regulation.

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EBNet early career researcher conference

EBNet - one of six Phase II BBSRC NIBB - is holding its first annual Early Career Researcher conferences in July.

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HVB member awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship

A member of the HVB Network, Dr Benjamin Lichman, has been awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship.

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UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship Scheme

Up to £1.2m funding for employee-led innovation is available now - expressions of interest from business are encouraged.

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High value products from waste coffee

Two Scottish entrepreneurs have established a company to extract valuable oils from waste coffee grounds.

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Methods for exploring the Plant Tree of Life

A special issue of 'Applications in Plant Sciences' has been published.

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Sustainable production of fluorinated products in bacteria

Sustainable production of fluorinated products in bacteria is the focus of a new EU Project which seeks to engineer Pseudomonas putida as a cell factory to make fluorinated polymers.

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Molecular adaptations in genes linked to genome stability

The detailed genome of the great white shark which has now been released reveals molecular adaptations in genes linked to genome stability including those known to have a role in DNA repair and DNA damage response.

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