Articles tagged with 'biotechnology' | University of Manchester

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2024
16
February
2024
| 10:07 Europe/London
A revolutionary nanomaterial with huge potential to tackle multiple global challenges could be developed further without acute risk to human health, research suggests.
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05
February
2024
| 20:04 Europe/London
Researchers in the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology (MIB) at The University of Manchester have developed a new biocontainment method for limiting the escape of genetically engineered organisms used in industrial processes....
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17
January
2024
| 08:00 Europe/London
Two University of Manchester professors have been recognised in the prestigious 2024 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists.
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2023
01
December
2023
| 15:48 Europe/London
Academics from across The University of Manchester have today (Friday) hosted Bolton West MP Chris Green on an extended visit including a tour of the Bioprinting Technology Platform (BTP), a specialist national facility which houses the latest techno...
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08
November
2023
| 16:00 Europe/London
Scientists have engineered a chromosome entirely from scratch that will contribute to the production of the world’s first synthetic yeast.
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31
October
2023
| 14:28 Europe/London
The University of Manchester has been awarded funding for a new UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training in Decision Making for Complex Systems.
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06
October
2023
| 09:00 Europe/London
The Northwest of England is set to become a global hub for Industrial Biotechnology (IB) innovation, thanks to the launch of the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Catalyst (IBIC). 
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28
September
2023
| 11:39 Europe/London
Scientists at The University of Manchester are set to receive a multi-million-pound grant to advance our understanding of interactions in microbiomes and how they might impact the world around us.
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24
August
2023
| 11:57 Europe/London
New research by The University of Manchester will enhance the power of bioprinting technology, opening doors to transform advances in medicine and addressing critical health challenges faced by astronauts during space missions....
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28
June
2023
| 12:28 Europe/London
Scientists have developed a new approach to produce life-saving oligonucleotide therapeutics on a large scale, in high purity, and with minimal environmental impacts.
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13
June
2023
| 00:01 Europe/London
The Enzyme Discovery team won the Chemistry Biology Interface Horizon Prize: Rita and John Cornforth Award, while the Molecular Ratcheteers team won the Organic Chemistry Horizon Prize: Perkin Prize in Physical Organic Chemistry. ...
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16
March
2023
| 15:00 Europe/London
Manchester scientists have created a new material, dubbed ‘StarCrete’ which is made from extra-terrestrial dust, potato starch, and a pinch of salt and could be used to build homes on Mars.
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08
March
2023
| 10:47 Europe/London
When we last sat down with Aoife Taylor she told us about her experiences of being a woman in STEM, what it was like carrying out a PhD during the pandemic and how she tackled her impostor syndrome. Now she is the CEO of DeakinBio, a startup that has...
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28
February
2023
| 10:53 Europe/London
CPI sets out to prove a new concept for manufacturing oligonucleotides through a £2.7 million partnership with AstraZeneca, Novartis, and The University of Manchester.  The three-year project builds on the work of CPI’s Medicines Manufacturing Innova...
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2022
18
August
2022
| 13:19 Europe/London
‘Tales From The Future’, a beer made in a recent collaboration between researchers at The University of Manchester and Cloudwater Brew Co., will launch at the end of August 2022. The beer is uniquely brewed using a novel strain of yeast, a hybrid, de...
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2021
17
November
2021
| 10:13 Europe/London
In a new study looking at the fundamentals of biology, scientists at The University of Manchester and the University of Leicester have developed unique fertile hybrid yeast strains that offer novel and exciting options for flavours, aromas, and brewi...
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29
October
2021
| 10:11 Europe/London
Bacteria which have been shown to degrade and assimilate plastic, has been a key area of international research since 2016. Now a Manchester-based team of scientists have made a biotechnological breakthrough which may help humans to call on engineere...
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30
June
2021
| 11:36 Europe/London
Researchers from The University of Manchester and Harvard University have collaborated on a pioneering project in bioengineering, producing metal-free, hydrogel electrodes that flex to fit the complex shapes inside the human body. ...
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