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IBioIC secure additional funding for 2021 from BBSRC

15 additional fully funded BBSRC studentships to be awarded by IBioIC in 2021

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Training the entrepreneurs of the future

Despite the COVID-19 situation, IBioIC were determined to deliver the summer block of cohort training as planned... and so the online training course 'Who wants to be an entrepreneur?' was born. 

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Leaders in Science - the story so far

Leaders in Science (LiS) is a long-term outreach programme that cascades IB knowledge from PhD students to high school students and in turn to primary school pupils increasing the science capital of teachers and pupils, whilst embodying the “Those who teach, learn” mantra.

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Inspiring the next generation of industrial biotechnologists - 2019 Annual Symposium

Inspiring the next generation of industrial biotechnologists is high on the agenda of IBioIC to ensure that there’s a readymade pipeline of talent with the necessary knowledge and skills required for this rapidly expanding and transformative sector.

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PhD adventures in China

Adventures in china- 3 months research placement for two IBioIC PhD students

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Joint IBioIC / EastBio Skills School 2018

2018 NPIF Skills School – Fermentation and Downstream Processing Masterclass from a student’s perspective

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IBioIC CTP Annual Symposium 2018

On Wednesday 24th January, IBioIC welcomed our PhD students to Glasgow for the first IBioIC CTP Annual Symposium. The theme of the day was “The Big Wide World of Industrial Biotechnology” with the aim to get students thinking about the world of IB outside of their own research space.

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CTP Induction day and initial training 23-25th October 2017

The first ever IBioIC Collaborative Training Partnership (CTP) induction event took place over three days in October at the University of Strathclyde.

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