Dr Ruth Griffin is Featured on BCB Radio 106.6 FM

Ruth Griffin gave a 10 minute radio interview with Helen Seymour about getting women into more.


Deep Branch Press Release - Animal Feed made from Recycled Carbon Secures €2.5M Funding

UK biotech company, Deep Branch, has secured further investment to scale up the sustainable generation of protein that could transform food production and supply more.


SBRC Featured in New Scientist Magazine

SBRC were invited to write an article for the prestigious New Scientist Magazine, which receives nearly 1 Million weekly readers... read more.


Students design award-winning superbug 'eater'

The concept of a new bacteria-eating virus designed to fight the modern-day superbug Clostridium difficile, has been developed by a team of University of Nottingham students in a global competition.

The ‘bacteriophage’ was devised by the team as part of their synthetic biology project that recently won a prestigious Gold Medal at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition in Boston, more.


SBRC - Nottingham returns to New Scientist Live 2018

For the second year in a row, The Synthetic Biology Research Centre – Nottingham (SBRC) and its associated BBSRC NIBB - C1net hosted an exhibition stand which highlighted the great research we do here at the more.


RCUK Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Hub

The topic for this RCUK Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) hub is Industrial Biotechnology for Sustainable Development, and we were awarded an RCUK GCRF travel grant for a trip to meet with partners and stakeholders in India and work on developing the more.


Robots in the Synthetic Biology Research Centre - Nottingham

A state of the art robotics suite has been installed at the Synthetic Biology Research Centre (SBRC) Nottingham. The equipment, worth over £1.1m will enable world leading synthetic biology research. Scientists will use the robots to engineer large numbers of bacterial strains to turbo-charge their work towards creating chemicals for industry and transport fuels from waste more.