CALL FOR PROPOSALS: To write a Responsible & safe handling of C1 gases in microbiology labs guidance manualPublished on 10/02/22 in News
Proposals are invited to write a Responsible & safe handling of C1 gases in microbiology labs guidance manual – Deadline to apply is Thursday 24 March 5pm
CyanoCapture Head RD position availablePublished on 10/01/22 in News
CyanoCapture is an award-winning climate tech startup based at the University of Oxford using GM cyanobacteria to provide low-cost carbon capture
BBSRC Impact Showcase 2021Published on 14/12/21 in News
The BBSRC is supporting and investing in bioscience that delivers world-class outputs, outcomes and impacts to society and the economy
Case Study for The University of Nottingham COP26 SeriesPublished on 15/11/21 in News
Microbial gas fermentation: A carbon-negative, sustainable route to biofuels, bioplastics and industrial chemicals at scale
Carbon Recycling Member gives a talk at U3APublished on 17/06/21 in News
On Wednesday 16th June, Carbon Recycling Network Member and PhD student François Seys gave a 50 minute talk to a U3A (University of the Third Age) audience.
NCIMB announce collaboration with German Distributor Doenitz ProlabPublished on 16/06/21 in News
They will now be acting as a distributor for NCIMB’s range of microbial identification services
Deep Branch Announces €8M Series A Round led by Novo Holdings and DSM VenturingPublished on 16/03/21 in News
Nottingham, UK – Deep Branch, a carbon dioxide recycling company, today announced it has completed an €8M Series A investment round.
Animal feed made from recycled carbon secures €2.5M fundingPublished on 02/11/20 in News
Members of The Carbon Recycling Network – Deep Branch, have secured further investment to scale up the sustainable generation of protein
Cleaning our Homes while Cleaning the Sky CarbonSmart™ Products hit the Stores in Switzerland!Published on 01/09/20 in News
Switzerland’s largest retail company, Migros, and its subsidiary, Mibelle Group, have launched a new range of cleaning products, containing LanzaTech ethanol made from recycled pollution.
Vacancy for BBSRC Deputy Executive ChairPublished on 16/06/20 in News
The BBSRC are seeking individuals with a first-class track record of academic achievement in any branch of the biological sciences and proven strategic and analytical thinking to join as the Deputy Executive Chair for UKRI-BBSRC.
BBSRC iCASE Studentship Position in NottinghamPublished on 01/06/20 in News
This project will be based in the BBSRC/EPSRC Synthetic Biology Research Centre (SBRC) of the Biodiscovery Institute and will be supervised by Professor Nigel P Minton
2019 Brasil-UK Workshop – Sustainable Chemicals and Fuels through Synthetic BiologyPublished on 29/06/19 in News
The three-day workshop drew together leading UK and Brazilian synthetic biologists and industrial biotechnologists from both academia and industry
2020 Biochemical Society Awards now openPublished on 06/08/18 in News
Nominations have now opened for the 2020 Biochemical Society Awards – the field’s most prestigious awards that recognize established researchers as well as scientists in the early stages of their career.
CBE research highly commended at International Industry Awards ceremonyPublished on 30/07/18 in News
C1net member Prof Will Zimmerman and Pratik Desai’s project ‘Anaerobic Digestion Cycle – Sustainably Intensified Anaerobic Digestion with Novel Biagas Sweetening’ was highly commended in the best project of the year category at the annual AD & Biogas Industry Awards.
Scientists and industrialists share their vision for UK’s circular economy in a post-Brexit worldPublished on 18/07/18 in News
The event organised by the University of Nottingham-led C1net – a BBSRC-NIBB (Network in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy), took place at The Royal Society, London on 11 July 2018.
LanzaTech bags second advanced jet fuel grant from UK government for a first commercial-scale ATJ facilityPublished on 05/07/18 in News
LanzaTech is planning a 40-50 million litres per year plant that would convert ethanol produced from waste industrial gases into jet fuel.
China-UK Workshop 2018 – “Carbon Recycling” 3-5 June 2018Published on 14/06/18 in News
China- UK Workshop on “Carbon Recycling” held at the Institute of Microbiology Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMCAS), Beijing, 3 – 5 June 2018
EuropaBio publishes Industrial Biotechnology ReportPublished on 14/06/18 in News
EuropaBio has published a report highlighting the fundamental role of IB in delivering solutions for a large majority of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) both in the EU and globally.
Scottish research shows e-coli bug may be climate game-changerPublished on 05/06/18 in News
Microbiologist Prof Frank Sargent of Dundee University and C1net member has been investigating E.coli, carbon capture and bioenergy.
Calysta’s FeedKind® Protein Approved As Ingredient in Organic Systems for Animal FeedPublished on 13/02/18 in News
FeedKind® protein has been approved for use as an ingredient in organic systems for animal feed in the United Kingdom and EU by Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G).
From Trash to Tank: Upcycling of Landfill to Fuel Demonstrated in JapanPublished on 23/12/17 in News
SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD. and LanzaTech announce breakthrough in conversion of municipal solid waste to ethanol.
Scientists use microbes and methane to create sustainable Omega 3Published on 09/04/17 in News
Scientists are trying to find a new way to produce the nutritional fatty acids called Omega 3 that are currently sourced from fish oil from the world’s declining natural fish stocks.
Scientist calls for industrial scale-up of greenhouse gas-eating microbe technology in UKPublished on 10/03/17 in News
There is significant potential for the industrial scaling up of the new process which uses ‘gas-eating’ bacteria to ferment polluting greenhouse gases from landfill and industry into useful products like biofuels and plastics.
BioSyntha and ZuvaChem Announce a Merger and Financing to Form ZuvaSyntha LtdPublished on 10/03/17 in News
BioSyntha and ZuvaChem Announce a Merger and Financing to Form ZuvaSyntha Ltd. Combining excellence in industrial biotechnology