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PhD Opportunity

Industrial PhD project studentship at University of Nottingham: Novel ingredients from wheat bran for improved sustainability of the wheat value chain. Apply by 5th March 2024

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BBSRC STFC facility access funding

BBSRC and STFC are excited to announce BBSRC-STFC facility access funding for bioscience partnerships round two. The £1.1M project supports bioscience business-academic partnerships to solve industrially relevant challenges using STFC facilities. The focus of the programme is to assist in accelerating the development of early-stage products or services requiring further research and innovation.

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Biomass Strategy 2023

The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero published their strategy for sustainable biomass.

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Farm Tour for Biotech

Opportunity to tour a farm to explore biotech opportunities.

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Professor Anne Osbourn receives prestigious Novozymes Prize

HVB Co-director Professor Anne Osbourn – plant scientist and poet awarded prestigious Novozymes prize.

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Oracle for Research

Oracle for Research is a non-revenue generating arm of Oracle that aims to support impactful research being conducted in academia, non-profits, and government institutes. We offer a variety of awards and free opportunities providing free cloud computing resources for use in research as well as PhD student training in cloud computing.

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UK Grown Review

UK Grown: How biotechnology can unlock higher value products from UK crops The High Value Renewables Network commissioned a review of crops suited to the UK climate that, in combination with biotechnology, have the potential to deliver high value products.

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Catalysing commercialisation of research: High Value Renewables Network Enterprise Fellowships

HVB recently awarded three Enterprise Fellowships - a scheme designed to support budding entrepreneurs to take research discoveries and progress them towards commercialisation.

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Response to Call for Evidence on the role of biomass in achieving net zero

The High Value Biorenewables Network contributed to a joint response to the recent Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Call for Evidence on the role of biomass in achieving net zero. The evidence submission was developed in collaboration with the Supergen Bioenergy Hub, the Carbon Recycling Network, and BBNet.

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The Henry Royce Institute equipment access scheme

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New research demonstrates the medicinal properties of the model plant Arabidopsis

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KTN's new website and five-year strategy

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Biomass Biorefinery Network (BBNet) videos

A series of videos from BBNet on carbon emissions, biomass, scale-up processes and the UK bioeconomy.

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Anti-cancer activity of dimeric salicinoids from willow

Researchers from Rothamsted Research have demonstrated the anti-cancer activity of miyabeacin, a new cyclodimer from willow.

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Innovate UK Young Innovators programme

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Discovery of a unique approach to kill bacteria

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New online portal to access the UK's Research and Innovation Infrastructure

UK Research and Innovation has launched a new interactive portal to encourage and help everyone access research and innovation infrastructure.

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Bioactive compounds from fungi

Researchers from the Hubrecht Institute, the Westerdijk Institute and Utrecht University have generated a library of secondary metabolites from 10,207 fungi and have tested their biological activity using zebrafish embryos.

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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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