BBSRC Networks in Industrial Biotechnology & Bioenergy

FoodWasteNet is one of 13 BBSRC funded collaborative Networks in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy (BBSRC NIBB). All networks will drive new ideas to harness the potential of biological resources for producing and processing materials, biopharmaceuticals, chemicals and energy.

The BBSRC NIBB aim to foster collaborations between academia, industry, policy makers and NGOs in order to find new approaches to tackle research challenges, translate research and deliver key benefits in Industrial Biotechnology & Bioenergy.

The BBSRC publishes a quarterly BBSRC NIBB Activities Update (as a downloadable pdf) on its website.

Each network has a particular focus area. Activities are focused in the UK, but the networks also have interest in building international links.

ADNet: Anaerobic Digestion Network
Biocatnet: Network in Biocatalyst Discovery, Development and Scale-Up
BioProNET: Bioprocessing Network
C1NET: Chemicals from C1 Gas
CBMNet: Crossing biological membranes
HVCfP: High Value Chemicals from Plants Network
IBCarb: Glycoscience Tools for Biotechnology and Bioenergy
LBNet: Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Network
Metals in Biology: The elements of Biotechnology and Bioenergy
NPRONET: Natural Products Discovery and Bioengineering Network
P2P: A Network of Integrated Technologies: Plants to Products
PHYCONET: Unlocking the IB potential of microalgae