Projects using cutting edge biotechnology to produce high-value chemicals have received funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) with two awarded to the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with Roslin Innovation Centre based Ingenza Ltd and Green Bioactives.
Clean Water Wave is a new tenant company at Roslin Innovation Centre. Dr Stephanie Terreni-Brown discusses what they offer and their unique CAFE system.
Forty of Scotland’s most talented, innovative and ambitious entrepreneurs are joining Scotland’s flagship entrepreneurial development programme, Unlocking Ambition.
Ingenza’s ambitious SYNBIOPRO project for the development of biopharmaceuticals continues to make significant progress, despite the global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) has earmarked £10 million to help build the country’s first large-scale industrial insect farm.
Translating cutting-edge science into commercial applications should form a key part of the Covid-19 recovery, is a plea by Professor Bruce Whitelaw to ‘unleash the potential’ of Roslin’s advances.
A solar farm that will play a vital role in helping the University of Edinburgh become carbon neutral by 2040 is nearing completion.
AbacusBio consultants have been collaborating with the International Potato Center (CIP) in Uganda to identify priorities and create solutions to identify traits that are important to stakeholders across the sweet potato supply chain.
The aquaculture sector contributed approximately £885 million to the wider Scottish economy and supported 11,700 jobs in 2018, according to new research.
Research shows fertility of mammals can be restored as they produce sperm derived from donors.