BBSRC


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BBSRC

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Biology) Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
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Through the partnership, the university and the BBSRC will work closely on the government's Industrial Strategy and ideas regarding transforming researching into commercial entities.
The BBSRC grant will enable TeeGene Biotech to undertake a project to explore the use of naturally-occurring microorganisms - microalgae - in the treatment of industrial waste water as well as their potential as a high value chemical ingredient.
Through additional funding from other sources, the Newcastle, Liverpool and Durham BBSRC doctoral training partnership will be doubling this investment by BBSRC to ensure 80 students are trained in the partnership as part of this exciting national programme.
We established this scheme in response to a clear need to help the agrifood sector engage with cutting-edge research related to food security," said BBSRC CEO Professor Douglas Kell.
The BBSRC is the principal public funder of basic bioscience research in the United Kingdom.
Maggie Leggett, spokeswoman for the BBSRC, said: "We are very pleased the school is hosting this exhibition, giving pupils and the public a chance to take a look at one of the most important discoveries of the 20th Century.
This study was supported by grants from BBSRC and The Wellcome Trust.
BBSRC condemned the prestigious medical journal The Lancet as "irresponsible" for publishing a paper by Arpad Pusztai claiming that genetic engineering could endanger human health.
Liam Dolan and his colleagues at the John Innes Centre, an institute of the BBSRC in the Norwich Research Park.
BBSRC is the largest UK public funder of non-medical bioscience and invests in world-class bioscience research and training on behalf of the UK public.
He is currently co-chairman of the Crop Systems Biology Division of the European Society of Agronomy and has previously been invited to provide expert opinion for the Home-Grown Cereals Authority, Defra and BBSRC.
3 million in funding from the BBSRC, will refine and improve models to enable IFR scientists to determine how the nutritional quality and health benefits of the food we eat can be influenced by the way it is digested.