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Industrial Biotechnology

Similar to Engineering Biology, Industrial Biotech impacts numerous sectors including Chemistry, Materials, Healthcare and AgriFood. It also has a significant role in the development of a Circular Economy by using waste as a feedstock for biobased products.

The team works closely with the Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum (IBLF), and have supported the development of the ‘National Industrial Biotechnology Strategy to 2030’ document.

KTN will share our deep knowledge of the industry, and support you develop new Industrial Biotechnology technologies, as well as replacing existing routes with biological ones.

Our Industrial Biotechnology Expert

Catherine Mort

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Funding Opportunities

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP): 2021 to 2022, round 5

UK registered academic institutions, RTOs or Catapults can apply for a share of up to £8 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not-for-profits.

Opens: 06/12/2021 Closes: 02/02/2022

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UK-Singapore Collaborative R&D

UK registered businesses can apply for up to £350k per project for the purpose of developing proposals with Singapore. Applications in advanced manufacturing and materials, agrifood tech, mobility and transport, cybersecurity and health and life sciences particularly welcome.

Opens: 24/01/2022 Closes: 20/04/2022

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Recorded: 29th July

Bioeconomy Cluster Builder: Industrial Applications of Biomass and Processing By-products - Consortium Building Workshop

The Bioeconomy Cluster Builder is delighted to announce the next event in our Industrial Applications of Biomass and Processing By-products series.

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KTN launches new interactive Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) analysis

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British Airways will fly on the first UK produced sustainable aviation fuel

British Airways and Phillips 66 Limited have signed a multi-year sustainable aviation fuel supply agreement to power the equivalent of 700 net zero CO2 emission flights between London and New York on its fuel-efficient Boeing 787 aircraft, offering a saving of almost 100,000 tonnes lifecycle CO2 emissions.

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