Events in 2016
IBTI and BBSRC NIBB meeting - Value Chain of Bioresource Feedstocks, Portland Hotel, Manchester, 30 June - 1 July 2016
This is a meeting jointly organised by BBSRC IBTI (Integrated Biorefining Research and Technology) Club and 4 NIBB (ADNet, FoodWasteNet, LBNet, Plants2Products).
The meeting will explore topics underpinning the value chain of waste feedstocks, particularly aiming to assess the value chain from all perspectives: from the feedstock to the end-product end of the value chain. It will also cover novel technologies for the future and discuss challenges with respect to policy and regulation in waste stock utilisation. Draft programme is available.
This event will provide an excellent opportunity to identify and highlight the major roadblocks in using waste and bioresource feedstocks and allow for communities to combine their thoughts and efforts in order to tackle these issues.
Academics (including non-IBTI members) are invited to present posters highlighting their current work relevant to the research aims of the Club.
Bursary funds are available to individuals who can benefit from interaction with the IBTI community and who also have a contribution to make. We would in particular like to invite academics who have engaged or attempted to engage with the community. Recipients will present a poster of relevant research and present a 2 minute flash presentation to introduce themselves and their interests. The bursaries cover cost of attending the event (excluding travel).
Register for event at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WVKVD3V. Registration will close at midnight on 6 June 2016 and attendance will be confirmed by 10/06/2016.
Apply for an IBTI bursary placement at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WC36NMS. Registration for bursary applications will close at midnight on the 06/06/2016.
NB There are limited number of spaces available at this event. If the number of applicant registrations exceeds the maximum attendance, the registrations will be assessed in order to ensure that the most suitable audience is invited to attend.
Catalysis and waste valorisation, Birmingham, 1 September 2016
The meeting will bring together experts in the areas of materials design for catalytic applications; process optimisation and biocatalytic transformations. Discussions wil focus on on how recent advances could be applied to the challenge of valorsing waste materials from the food and agricultural sectors.
Programme details and booking information will be on the events page of the FoodWasteNet website by mid-May.
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Valorisation of cereal & bakery waste (November 2016)