Building on the success of its first conference in 2015, the Advanced Biomanufacturing Centre (ABC) at the University of Sheffield recently held its second international conference at the Holiday Inn, Royal Victoria, Sheffield.
Purification and characterisation of dsRNA using ion pair reverse phase chromatography and mass spectrometry
MEDIMMUNE AND CONSORTIUM OF FOUR LEADING UK UNIVERSITIES AWARDED 12 BBSRC BIOTECHNOLOGY PhD STUDENTSHIPS
Analysis of histone post translational modifications in primary monocyte derived macrophages using reverse phase × reverse phase chromatography in conjunction with porous graphitic carbon stationary phase
Applications are invited for two 3.5 year research studentships at the University of Sheffield in partnership with MedImmune Ltd. The students will join a team of researchers at Sheffield and MedImmune engaged in the development of a synthetic biology based platform for multi-component genetic engineering of Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cell factories.
Medimmune partners with the University of Sheffield to generate innovations in cell factory engineering scienceJuly 22, 2015
Gaithersburg, MD and Sheffield, UK – July 22, 2015 – MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca, and the University of Sheffield announced today that they have entered into a multi-project research collaboration to generate breakthrough research in cell factory technology.
The Advanced Biomanufacturing Centre recently held its inaugural conference in Sheffield. It was an international affair - boasting leading biomanufacturing speakers from the US, Denmark, Austria, France, Sweden, Germany & Dublin as well as the UK.
The University of Sheffield Enterprise Academy is supporting the development of a new model on the MSc. Biological & Bioprocess Engineering course through an Enterprise Curriculum Development Grant of £2k, awarded to Karen Wood, Advanced Biomanufacturing Centre Manager, who is leading the project.
More than 80 people from across the faculties attended the launch of the Advanced Biomanufacturing Centre at the University of Sheffield on Monday. The new research centre, in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has been established under the direction of Professor of Bioprocess Engineering, David James.