The THYME project brings together researchers from the Universities of Hull, York and Teesside to address regional bioeconomy challenges. THYME have just announced the first projects to be awarded proof-of-concept funding with a total of £350,000 awarded to seven projects. A second round is expected later this year and THYME expects to run a three-year programme of Proof of Concept projects.
More details on the awards and how to apply can be found here
The projects funded are: Read more
A recent publication from CBMNet member Claudio Angione at Teesside University. The research in this article was supported by a CBMNet Business Interaction Voucher (read the case study here) and continues to be supported by an ongoing CBMNet Proof-of-Concept Award. Read more
We are pleased to confirm that UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council (BBSRC) has agreed to provide a grant of £233,222 to CBMNet to support Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst: Early Stage Feasibility Projects, provided through Wave 1 of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF). Read more