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Biotechnology

Driving the conversion of the UK's biotechnology knowledge into innovative agricultural, food and industrial bioscience products or processes.

Biotechnology at the Knowledge Transfer Network

The Knowledge Transfer Network’s Biotechnology team can help you or your business with funding, expertise and connecting with innovators from other sectors.

Please contact our Biotechnology Team:

Rajesh Mistry – KTM, Industrial Biotechnology
Catherine Mort – KTM, Industrial Biotechnology
Charles Vander Broek – KTM, Agri-Food and Industrial Biotechnology
Yvonne Armitage – Specialist, Bioeconomy
Dana Heldt – KTM, Synthetic Biology

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You may also be interested in the following programmes:

Landscape Maps – including Synthetic Biology, Medicines Discovery, Medicines Manufacturing and Precision Medicine

You can also keep up to date with news, funding and events across the biotechnology sector by connecting with our Bioscience and Biotechnology group on LinkedIn or following KTN Bioscience on Twitter.

Perspectives
Downstream process development of next generation challenging proteins
The Knowledge Transfer Network, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and GE Healthcare Life Sciences (GE), organised an event on downstream processing.
Opening of the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult Manufacturing Centre in Stevenage
Marcel Kuiper, KTM, Health—Medicines Manufacture, shares his thoughts on the new Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult Manufacturing Centre.
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Biosensing across wide areas

Up to £500k is available for technologies providing an improved way to detect and locate deposited hazardous biological agents rapidly in the field.
Closes:
07.11.18
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Biomedical Catalyst 2018 round 2: primer award

Apply for a share of up to £5 million to work alone or with others on solving healthcare challenges in a model system.
Opens:
06.08.18
Closes:
03.10.18
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New and innovative agents to address Antimicrobial Resistance

Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020 is calling for proposals about new and innovative agents to address Antimicrobial Resistance.
Opens:
18.07.18
Closes:
24.10.18
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Biomedical Catalyst 2018 round 2: late stage

Apply for a share of up to £10 million to work on solving healthcare challenges in a clinical setting or a relevant late stage environment.
Opens:
06.08.18
Closes:
03.10.18